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- n. a low mountain range in western Massachusetts; a resort area
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I'm a fan of this user permalink and most of us thought the berkshires were a bastion of NRA fans. and Northampton .. and Amherst ... taumpy it's so confusing on huffpo when you bring in facts:) Reply
"Leaders" from around the world FLY to get together for photo opportunities around Obama, get their pictures taken whilst acting like complete berkshires and then lecture to the rest of us that we'd better not be thinking of flying for our annual holiday with what's left of our pay after the aforementioned "leaders" have bled us dry of tax.
Also, the cape, berkshires, nantucket, marthas vinyard are very artsy liberal areas-albeit very expensive.
Judd and I met at an idyllic music festival in the berkshires in 2004.
"Whether you're a resident of the greater albany area or a resident of the berkshires, your number one concern is economic security," said Senator Ben Downing, D-Berkshire, who was among the first and last to mention Berkshire County at the company's presentation.
that's awesome. somehow I missed the berkshires info when I was at your blog just now . . . will look again
i grew up around the old stone walls farmers built in the berkshires of Western Massachusetts so i have a major soft spot for this look!