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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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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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Dear Friends, Fans and Followers

Contrary to the current rumor mill gossip, I am alive and well. When I last posted, I was heading to Florida for a visit with my dad. Prior to my trip, we had a water pipe burst in our home. NOT fun! 7 weeks ago, by master bedroom and bathroom looked like this… Now it […]

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It’s been a several weeks since we visited Plainfield, so this post won’t showcase the beautiful fall foliage, but Plainfield still has plenty to offer! I bet the sweeping vistas are now ablaze with color… . Folks in town certainly have fun with the fact Rum Brook meanders its way through town, after all, what […]

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Franklin is the 3rd of the 13 cities in New Hampshire I have toured. From everything I have read,what makes a place a city, as opposed to a town, has something to do with how it was originally chartered and its form of local government. Franklin is the 9th largest city in New Hampshire and […]

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I love “Welcome” signs. Some towns use their welcome sign to promote certain highlights in the town while others simply announce you have arrived. I doubt they could make a sign large enough to highlight all Sandwich has to offer! It has been nearly seven weeks since I was there, but Sandwich definitely made an […]

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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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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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There are lots of reasons to visit Unity! Between the beautiful rural scenery and the unique finds on the side of the road, Unity will have you wanting to come back again and again. When my camp neighbor told me about his brother’s business of creating children’s rides and trains. I knew I had to […]

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Langdon is rural New Hampshire at its best! There is a quiet beauty that draws you in and takes you to a simpler time. Both of the covered bridges in Langdon are closed to vehicular traffic and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The McDermott Bridge spans the Cold River. The second […]

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