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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....

  • Lupine Festival 239

    Sugar Hill

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

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    Bethlehem

    We’ve just returned from a two week stay at Apple Hill Campground in...

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    In search of winter beauty

    If you’ve been along with me on my tour of New Hampshire for any length...

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    Dunbarton

    Well, I guess the sign says it all. But what is Dunbarton the...

  • Alphabet Name

    New Castle

    With the new year, I thought I would try a self-imposed photography adventure....

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    Highlights from 2015

    Here we are once again, the end of December. What a year it has been. I thought...

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Landaff-0239-2

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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Lupine Festival 239

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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Bethlehem

We’ve just returned from a two week stay at Apple Hill Campground in Bethlehem, NH. What a time we had! Despite the fact we began our adventure on Memorial Day weekend, Apple Hill was a peaceful place to retreat after a day of touring. Before we even got Waldo settled in, I got to see […]

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Franconia Notch-9523

In search of winter beauty

If you’ve been along with me on my tour of New Hampshire for any length of time, you are probably not surprised you haven’t heard from me much lately. Winter is not my favorite time of year, by any stretch! Last year, I even fled winter by escaping to Arizona with my dad for 8 […]

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Dunbarton

Well, I guess the sign says it all. But what is Dunbarton the “Best” of? It is the best place to unload your ATV or snowmobile and explore the Hopkinton-Everett Trails Area. I didn’t hike any of the trails, but I did stop along the road to the parking area and check out the views… […]

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Alphabet Name

New Castle

With the new year, I thought I would try a self-imposed photography adventure. Each week, I want to spell out the name of the town with images. It is always good to find new ways to challenge yourself, I have photographed several architectural and environmental alphabets, but it wasn’t until an inspiring post by my […]

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Cog Railroad Mount Washington-7854

Highlights from 2015

Here we are once again, the end of December. What a year it has been. I thought I’d jump on the “year in Review” bandwagon. I searched through this years posts and picked my favorite image from each town. My year began a tour of Henniker in January… In mid-January I left for an extended […]

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