For those interested, here are some articles and reviews written by others about our guidebook over the years. Some are joint projects to write about the splendors of waterfalls, and some are more review-based in nature.
SALEM NEWS (04/12/2010)
By Ethel Mickey,
Salem News Staff Writer
Danvers, Massachusetts - Beach too crowded? Why not take your family on a hike to one of the region's hundreds of waterfalls, suggests Greg Parsons, who co-authored the guidebook "New England Waterfalls." read more...
By Aaron Kagan,
Boston, Massachusetts - A waterfall in motion, though beautiful, is nothing compared with one that has been arrested by plunging temperatures. Though we often visit them in warm weather, just like autumn leaves, waterfalls have their peak season, and that time is now. read more...
By Danvers Herald Correspondents
Danvers, Massachusetts - QUESTION: What inspired you to begin adventuring to all the waterfalls in New England? Did you love it as a child? ANSWER: I hated going on my mom's adventures when I was younger. read more...
GRANITE NEWS (7/10/2003)
By Cheryl McCarriston, Granite News Correspondent
Granite, New Hampshire - A 2000 Kingswood High School graduate who said she "hated English and was terrible at grammar," has co-authored a book on New England waterfalls. read more...
By Jamie Jamieson,
Salem News Staff Writer
Danvers, Massachusetts - Ask Greg Parsons where to find the most spectacular waterfall in Massachusetts, and he'll send you to the southwestern corner of the state. read more...
BOSTON GLOBE (7/6/2003)
By Diane Daniel, Globe Correspondent
Moxie Gore Township, Maine - Keep your eyes open along Lake Moxie Road off Route 201 in this remote part of mid- western Maine, and you can spot a little parking area and a simple wooden sign pointing the way to Moxie Falls. A narrow but heavily traveled foot trail winds through the woods for three-quarters of a mile. If the trees have leaves, you may not hear even a hint of the visual feast in store. read more...
By Gary Dennis, Union Leader Staff
Mont Vernon, New Hampshire - In Purgatory, you'll find some heaven. There's a pit on the Mont Vernon-Lyndeborough line where many have thought the same thing. It's where Purgatory Falls courses through a canyon of thick granite ledge and plunges 10 feet to a deep, dark pool below read more...
By Barbara Radcliffe Rogers, Nh.com
A new book has just joined the Delorme map book and the AMC White Mountain Guide in the canvas bag that lives in our car. New England Waterfalls, by Greg Parsons and Kate B. Watson, is a winner. read more...
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