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It’s open season

As temperatures fall, a growing number of enterprises on the South Shore are warming up to winter by staying active, at least partly, through the chilly months

Keith Gizzi of Plymouth with his daughter, Lucia, 3, talk with a Plimoth Plantation interpreter while on a preschool field trip after Thanksgiving. Keith Gizzi of Plymouth with his daughter, Lucia, 3, talk with a Plimoth Plantation interpreter while on a preschool field trip after Thanksgiving. (Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff)
By Taryn Plumb
Globe Correspondent / December 17, 2009

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PLYMOUTH - For years, as the stark trees shed the last of their leaves and locals felt the after-effects of their Thanksgiving indulgences, Plimoth Plantation followed a decades-old pattern: shutter for four months and get ready for next year. (Full article: 1450 words)

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