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  • Merrimack-1963

    Merrimack

    Situated between New Hampshire’s two largest cities, Merrimack has plenty...

  • Hudson

    15 years ago, my husband and I lived in Hudson. I drove the streets daily and...

  • Bridgewater-2405

    Bridgewater

    I made an unplanned stop while I was touring Bridgewater. I saw a sign for...

  • Bristol-0851

    Bristol

    My search for fall colors took me to Bristol this week. It isn’t peak yet...

  • Unity-3

    Unity

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

  • Weare-0076

    Weare

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

  • Weare-0068

    Clough State Park

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

  • Charlestown-222

    Charlestown

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

  • Amherst-9847

    Amherst

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

  • Acworth-12

    Acworth

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

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Merrimack-1963

Merrimack

Situated between New Hampshire’s two largest cities, Merrimack has plenty to offer residents and visitors. I visited several of the area parks, starting near Naticook Lake. The fall colors are still hanging on for us to enjoy…   I think my favorite park in Merrimack is Twin Bridge Park. There is an awesome wooden playground […]

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Hudson

15 years ago, my husband and I lived in Hudson. I drove the streets daily and would often pass the land formerly known as Benson’s Wild Animal Park. The park opened to the public in 1926 and closed in 1987. When I was a kid, I went there with my family. It was sad to […]

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Hebron

Hebron is a small town with a lot of character and beauty. There is a lovely park in the center of town. It is ringed by the town offices, churches, the post office and the village store…   There are a lot of fancy houses along the shores of Newfound Lake, but, if I had […]

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Bridgewater-2405

Bridgewater

I made an unplanned stop while I was touring Bridgewater. I saw a sign for Sawhegenet Falls Park. I was hoping to get lucky again and find another waterfall! The Pemigewasset River flows slowly here, so, no waterfall, but my stop wasn’t wasted. As I was walking down the hill to the river, I heard […]

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Bristol-0851

Bristol

My search for fall colors took me to Bristol this week. It isn’t peak yet but it was pretty anyhow. The combination of the mountains and Newfound Lake make for some lovely landscapes…     Before the kayakers took to the water, they left their kayaks on the beach while they unloaded the rest of […]

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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-0076

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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Weare-0068

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-222

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-9847

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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