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Lots of Rocks

They have a lot of rocks in NH. I guess that’s why they call it The Granite State. I made this casual comment on Facebook as I shared the photo below. It shows the jumble of granite boulders and rocks

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Searching for Ice Cream

Stopping for ice cream is a favorite activity for New Englanders and visitors in the summer. In New Hampshire, a great ice cream cone beckons as you cruise the scenic highways of the state. Slow down going through a town

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Sanbornville, NH

I invite you to tour Sanbornville, NH. Explore the area with a drive on the curvy country roads. Enjoy the thick forests, old stone walls, New England style houses and glimpses of lakes. In this area, every road is scenic. This

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Finding Covered Bridges in New Hampshire

It’s a thrill to see an old covered bridge, a relic of simpler times when most travel was by horse and buggy. New Hampshire has quite a few of these. Some you can drive through, and others just walk through.

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Last Chance for Willowbrook Village

I was mad at myself when I heard that Willowbrook Historic Village was closing permanently this fall. For years, I’d intended to visit it and now it was almost too late. Low attendance and funding difficulties force the historic site

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The Ossipee Valley Music Festival

If you missed this marvelous festival last year, you’ll want to get it on your calendar right away. Here’s your reminder to get on their mailing list or like their Facebook page so you can catch this marvelous festival this

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Eating Lobster Stew

You can’t go wrong with the lobster stew in Maine.

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