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    Easton

    What Easton lacks in size (only 31.2 sq. miles), it more than makes up for in...

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    Dalton

    My first stop in Dalton was accidental. I was actually touring Whitefield when...

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    Benton

    I could tell when I looked at the map, Benton was going to be a very laid back...

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    Bath

    If there is one thing Bath has plenty of, it is history! The Brick Store is...

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    Lyman

    I wasn’t quite sure what to expect as I drove into Lyman. A glance at the...

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    Landaff

    Landaff has quite a history, twice its citizens voted to become part of...

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    Randolph

    What to do in Randolph? Outdoor activities abound!! Randolph is about 30,170...

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    Monroe

    The beautiful town of Monroe is situated along the eastern shore of the...

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    Hart’s Location

    Hart’s Location is one of New Hampshire’s 25 unincorporated places....

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    Sugar Hill

    Sugar Hill has so much to brag about, I don’t even know where to begin!...

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Easton

What Easton lacks in size (only 31.2 sq. miles), it more than makes up for in charm and beauty! I had driven through Easton probable hundreds of times and never knew it. Rt. 112 cuts through the lower corner of Easton. There are several wayside areas, picnic spots and trailheads along Rt. 112, but I […]

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Dalton

My first stop in Dalton was accidental. I was actually touring Whitefield when I took a side road and found myself at Forest Lake State Park. The morning was overcast, but it is easy to imagine people enjoying the lake and picnic areas. It was early June when I was there and the wildflowers were […]

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Benton

I could tell when I looked at the map, Benton was going to be a very laid back place to visit. I’m pretty sure there are more miles of rivers and streams than roads in Benton. Part of the White Mountain National Forest is in Benton and the Appalachian Trail crosses the south east corner […]

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Bath

If there is one thing Bath has plenty of, it is history! The Brick Store is believed to be one of the oldest, continually run general stores in America. It was recently sold and I hope the new owners can find a way to keep it going. On one side of the Brick Store is […]

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Lyman

I wasn’t quite sure what to expect as I drove into Lyman. A glance at the map showed a couple bodies of water, lots of hills and mountains and a few roads with neat names… As with many of the other towns I have visited recently, farming seems to be the major way of life […]

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Landaff

Landaff has quite a history, twice its citizens voted to become part of Vermont. Luckily for us New Hampshirites, in 1781, when Vermont was about to become the 14th state, the Continental Congress told Vermont they had to relinquish all towns east of the Connecticut River and Landaff (along with 33 other towns) were “returned” […]

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Randolph

What to do in Randolph? Outdoor activities abound!! Randolph is about 30,170 acres and more than 13,000 of those acres are protected. So much to see and do, where to start! I knew Trouble and I were going to be in for a great day of touring. Many of the roads we traveled were Class […]

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Monroe

The beautiful town of Monroe is situated along the eastern shore of the Connecticut River.  As with most of the towns along the river, Monroe abounds with farms and fields. I didn’t have to look very far to find some wonderful barns and farms… As I was driving along, I spotted a heron at the […]

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Hart’s Location

Hart’s Location is one of New Hampshire’s 25 unincorporated places. Most of Hart’s Location is included in Crawford Notch State Park. The history of the notch is quite interesting and begins around 1771. Steve and I visited the notch the first weekend we were at Apple Hill Campground. We stopped at the Silver Cascade Falls. […]

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Sugar Hill

Sugar Hill has so much to brag about, I don’t even know where to begin! Several years ago, Steve and I heard about a festival we knew we had to visit. The Sugar Hill Lupine Festival. While lupines can be found all over, Sugar Hill has made a point of celebrating the riot of purple […]

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