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    Unity

    There are lots of reasons to visit Unity! Between the beautiful rural scenery...

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    Weare

    When Steve and I left Clough State Park We headed up to the Everett Dam. It...

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    Clough State Park

    When Steve and I headed out to tour Weare, I knew one of the first places I...

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    Charlestown

    Whether you are looking for beautiful mountain views, history or adventure you...

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    Amherst

    I used to drive through Amherst several times a week. I always stayed on Rt....

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    Acworth

    While I do try to plan my tour route in advance, I never know what I am going...

  • Langdon-12

    Langdon

    Langdon is rural New Hampshire at its best! There is a quiet beauty that draws...

  • Goshen

    Goshen

    My trip to Goshen was a few weeks ago. By now, the lilac bushes and crab apple...

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    Springfield

    Springfield is a town not to be missed if you like beautiful scenery and...

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    Monson

    Monson is the town that “used to be.” Last week, Martha (from...

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Unity-3

Unity

There are lots of reasons to visit Unity! Between the beautiful rural scenery and the unique finds on the side of the road, Unity will have you wanting to come back again and again. When my camp neighbor told me about his brother’s business of creating children’s rides and trains. I knew I had to […]

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Weare

When Steve and I left Clough State Park We headed up to the Everett Dam. It adjoins the park and offers another area to explore.  The walk from the parking area to the start of the trail system is about a half mile along the top of the dam… You can look down and see […]

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Clough State Park

When Steve and I headed out to tour Weare, I knew one of the first places I wanted to go was Clough State Park. I have wonderful memories of going there with my parents and sisters and later, bringing my own children there. I hadn’t been to the park in quite a few years, 15 […]

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Charlestown

Whether you are looking for beautiful mountain views, history or adventure you can find it in Charlestown! I was amazed by all there was to see and do there. I started at The Fort at No. 4. It is hard for me to imagine what daily life was like in 1740 but this living history […]

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Amherst

I used to drive through Amherst several times a week. I always stayed on Rt. 101 and never really explored. I knew Amherst is full of history and wonderful architecture but I was always in a hurry to get somewhere else. The center of town is one of the best places to start. There is […]

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Acworth

While I do try to plan my tour route in advance, I never know what I am going to find. Acworth surprised me with some truly unique finds! I’ll start with the Beryl Mountain Museum – The Happy Home of Antique Trucks, Antique Cars, Snowmobiles and other Stuff!! It is only open by appointment and […]

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Langdon

Langdon is rural New Hampshire at its best! There is a quiet beauty that draws you in and takes you to a simpler time. Both of the covered bridges in Langdon are closed to vehicular traffic and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The McDermott Bridge spans the Cold River. The second […]

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Goshen

Goshen

My trip to Goshen was a few weeks ago. By now, the lilac bushes and crab apple blossoms are just a memory, but I was able to capture some images, too bad I couldn’t catch the wonderful smell as well…         One of the highlights in Goshen is Gunnison Lake. The day […]

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Springfield

Springfield is a town not to be missed if you like beautiful scenery and outdoor activities! Nearly 30% of the town is conservation lands and recreational opportunities abound. Toad and I did a little bit of off-roading, but my main goal was to get to Gardner Memorial Wayside Park.  The drive along Rt. 4A takes you […]

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Monson

Monson is the town that “used to be.” Last week, Martha (from Therapeutic Misadventures) and I headed out to find the missing town. Monson was roughly 20,000 acres and was home to about 270 people from 55 families. In 1770, the town of Monson held a vote to voluntarily have their charter revoked. There are […]

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