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    Hopkinton

    The days are getting warmer and I am back to touring NH. My second town of 2015...

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    Arizona – The Last 6 Weeks

    This post marks a milestone for me, this is my 100th post! In 2 1/2 years time,...

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    My Birthday in the Desert

    I am not so naive as to think the desert started out Saturday morning with such...

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    Outside New Hampshire

    I know I haven’t posted in a while, but I actually have a good reason...

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    Henniker

    It was great to be out with my camera again. Steve and I headed out to...

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    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...

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    Bridgewater

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

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    Bristol

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

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    Unity

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

Touring NH

Hawk

Hopkinton

The days are getting warmer and I am back to touring NH. My second town of 2015 was Hopkinton. It’s a beautiful town with lots of rural charm. If you been reading my blog for a while, you probably know I have an affinity for Highland Cattle. Their long shaggy hair and curved horns always […]

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Arizona – The Last 6 Weeks

This post marks a milestone for me, this is my 100th post! In 2 1/2 years time, I visited 90 towns in New Hampshire and have done some traveling in other states. If you follow me regularly, you know I’ve been in Arizona for the last two months. My wi-fi was sketchy so I wasn’t […]

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A Tribute

I’ve truly been enjoying my trip to Quartzsite! If you read my last post, after I fixed it, you’ll know that my internet has been somewhat of a problem. Now I have an upgraded plan, so hopefully I can post some more of my adventures. My dad, the dogs and I have been out and […]

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The Internet

I know it has been several weeks with no posts. Wi-fi is a funny thing, sometimes it works great, sometimes not so much. The frustrating part is when I finally found a spot where I had reliable service, my provider decided I had used too much data…ugh. In the mean time, I’ve had plenty of […]

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Sunset Moonrise-3

My Birthday in the Desert

I am not so naive as to think the desert started out Saturday morning with such beauty just for me, but it was my birthday. The sunrise and moon set began a day which was to be filled with amazing sights and delights! Come along with me as I recount the events of the day […]

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Outside New Hampshire

I know I haven’t posted in a while, but I actually have a good reason now. Over Thanksgiving, Steve and I drove Waldo to my dad’s house in Florida in preparation for an extended trip to Quartzsite, AZ in January. We didn’t want Waldo to get stuck in the snow before our trip west. We […]

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Henniker

It was great to be out with my camera again. Steve and I headed out to Henniker. We knew there was a covered bridge and plenty of history to explore.The covered bridge is on the New England College campus, in the center of town… Looking towards town, you can see the stone bridge…   We […]

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The best of 2014

I know it has been a while since I’ve posted a new town. Sometimes life and health issues get in the way. When I first started this blog, my goal was to post a new town every week. Given everything that has happened in the last 2 years, and my health, I think I’ve done […]

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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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