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  • 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...

  • Jeep (28 of 30)

    Springfield

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

  • Monson-0119

    Monson

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

  • Jeep (21 of 26)

    Croydon

    Croydon was quite an adventure. I knew before I headed out, Toad (I finally...

  • Lempster-83

    Lempster

    Aside from electricity, indoor plumbing and a few paved roads, I doubt much has...

  • Sunapee-2

    Sunapee

    Steve and I had been to Lake Sunapee several times but never really explored...

  • Newport-93

    Newport

    Memorial Day weekend brought my annual trek in Waldo to stay in a campground...

  • Brookfield-9342

    Brookfield

    My tour of Brookfield marks another milestone for me. Last week, I completed...

  • Alstead-9254

    Alstead

    Touring Alstead was a milestone for me. I have now completed every town in...

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Langdon-12

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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Jeep (28 of 30)

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-0119

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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Jeep (21 of 26)

Croydon

Croydon was quite an adventure. I knew before I headed out, Toad (I finally named the Jeep) and I would get to have some fun. There are miles and miles of Class VI roads in Croydon, a true 4×4 playground… As I splashed along, I wondered about the 12′ high fence on the side of […]

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Lempster-83

Lempster

Aside from electricity, indoor plumbing and a few paved roads, I doubt much has changed in Lempster in the last 200 or so years. This quiet charm easily takes you back to simpler times. The “center” of town is at the intersection of Rt. 10, 2nd NH Turnpike and Lempster Mountain Road. If you are […]

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Sunapee-2

Sunapee

Steve and I had been to Lake Sunapee several times but never really explored what the rest of the town had to offer. We had been seriously missing out! There are several other lakes and ponds worth a visit. One of them is Mountain View Lake… Alden of Sunapee uses this beautiful lake for kayak […]

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Newport-93

Newport

Memorial Day weekend brought my annual trek in Waldo to stay in a campground and explore the town around me. This year Steve and I packed up and headed to Newport. We stayed at the Crow’s Nest Campground, right off Rt. 10. We’ve stayed there several times before and the owners, Andy and Eva, have […]

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Brookfield-9342

Brookfield

My tour of Brookfield marks another milestone for me. Last week, I completed Cheshire County. Brookfield is in Carroll County, so now I have toured at least one town in every county in New Hampshire. With views like this, I was sure I was going to love Brookfield. Moose Mountain is a big part of […]

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Alstead-9254

Alstead

Touring Alstead was a milestone for me. I have now completed every town in Cheshire County! It gives me a sense of accomplishment towards my goal of touring every place in New Hampshire, only 9 more counties to finish. One of the first things I noticed in Alstead were curious metal sculptures in people’s yards […]

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