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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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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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Bow

The dreary December skies have been making motivation a bit hard to come by, despite the fact we are experiencing one of the warmest winter starts on record. I decided not to wander too far from home in case the skies opened up. Lucky for me, Bow, New Hampshire is only about 45 minutes from […]

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Londonderry

My youngest son, Jake, lives in Londonderry, so I couldn’t begin to count the number of times I have been there, but it wasn’t until yesterday I realized everything Londonderry has to offer. It literally has something for everyone.  Jake and I had dinner plans, so I thought I’d spend the day really getting to […]

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New Boston

It has been over 25 years since I lived in New Boston. Like so many other places I have lived, I never really explored very much. I knew about the obvious things such as Dodge’s Store… The Molly Stark Tavern… And the beautiful town common… . I also knew Route 13 follows the south branch […]

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Wentworth

One of the first neat places I came across in Wentworth was the Shin-Boku Nursery.  To highlight their design skills and featured trees, they have created a stroll garden. I had the grounds all to myself that morning and spent quite a while immersed in the peacefulness which comes from a Japanese style garden. Walk […]

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Warren

The morning started of foggy with a light mist. I wasn’t too optimistic about the scenic vistas  I knew awaited me. But the fog and mist lent an eerie silence to the pond… When heading out to a new town, usually, I can predict what kinds of scenes I’m likely to encounter, but sometimes I […]

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Canaan

As I entered Canaan, I was greeted by another of those wonderful “Welcome” signs. The “village” is comprised of restored homes, inns and churches, plus a lovely public beach on the shores of Canaan Street Lake. As I drove along, marveling at the historic buildings, I kept an eye of the sky. Clouds had  begun […]

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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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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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