The rural beauty that is Sullivan ensures return visits from me in all of the seasons. It was easy for me to picture it in the vibrant greens of summer or the blazing reds and oranges of fall. On my way to Bolster Pond, I got quite a chuckle at the sign I saw…


Since it was fairly early in the day and the roads hadn’t completely thawed from overnight, I had no problems…


I watched the sunrise on Bolster Pond and marveled at the quiet serenity all around me…


I especially liked the ice that had refrozen overnight into cool formations…


I found wonderful and vast views along many of the roads I traveled…





I'm not sure which ski area that is in the distance

I’m not sure which ski area that is in the distance

Not all of the scenery was vast, sometimes it was much more personal…



As always, I found my share of interesting animals…


Check out those horns!

Check out those horns!

And beautiful barns…



Across the field from the barn

Across the field from the barn



I stopped at Chapman Pond and admired the views there as well…


Old beaver lodge

Old beaver lodge


I loved how this was sticking up through the ice

Thank you for allowing me to share my tour of Sullivan with you. To find out all of Sullivan’s statistical data, visit the state’s website or the town’s website

Next week, I’ll be touring Gilsum, looking forward to having you along. Please feel free to share this post or like TouringNH on Facebook. As always, your comments are greatly appreciated.

Google maps has been acting up this week. As soon as it is fixed, I will add the map of places I visited.

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4 Comments on “Sullivan”

  1. Jean E Packard March 25, 2013 at 2:10 pm #

    Very nice tour of Sullivan. As usual enjoyed., but still like my home town the besy. Thank you!

    • Touring NH March 25, 2013 at 4:12 pm #

      Glad you liked Sullivan Jean. It’s easy to have a soft spot for your home town. I don’t think I could pick a favorite town, each one has something unique and cool.

  2. New Hampshire Garden Solutions March 25, 2013 at 10:59 pm #

    I had an aunt who lived in Sullivan so I spent a lot of time on her farm with my cousins when I was growing up. It’s a beautiful place.

    • Touring NH March 26, 2013 at 8:58 am #

      I loved Sullivan! I can’t wait to go back and enjoy it in other seasons. ~Laura

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