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Memorial Day weekend brought my annual trek in Waldo to stay in a campground and explore the town around me. This year Steve and I packed up and headed to Newport. We stayed at the Crow’s Nest Campground, right off Rt. 10. We’ve stayed there several times before and the owners, Andy and Eva, have […]

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My tour of Brookline brought me several pleasant surprises. As I drove down roads I have driven many times before, I took the time to really take in my surroundings. One of the first things I noticed was a sign which read “Andres Institute of Art and Sculpture Park 1 1/2 miles – left” I’ve […]

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Lincoln is truly a town for all seasons. In the warmer months you can visit Whale’s Tale Water Park, ride the Hobo Railroad, and visit Clark’s Trading Post. In the fall, there is nothing more beautiful than a ride along the Kancamagus Highway. The foliage and views are unbelievable. That leaves winter, what to do […]

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The cold and the snow have really been a challenge for me this year. We have had some down right frigid weather. Sometimes it is hard to motivate myself to get out and tour! Winchester is a beautiful town in southwest New Hampshire. The Ashuelot River flows under the covered bridge that I visited in […]

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Mont Vernon

I have to say that the weather last week left me feeling pretty uninspired. The temperature stayed in the teens, there was no snow and everything was looking a little blah. After our nor’easter this weekend, I set out to see what I could find. I drove over to Mont Vernon, a town I used […]

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Thanksgiving Outside New Hampshire

I know the title of this blog is TouringNH, but I have decided that every once in a while it is ok to share some of the beauty that surrounds New Hampshire as well. This Thanksgiving, Steve and I decided to get away. We drove about 2 1/2 hours to Stowe, VT where I had […]

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I have been to Swanzey many, many times. It is home to the Cheshire County Fair and  Sam’s Outdoor Outfitters (where I bought my kayak) and plenty of other great places. But one of the things that first enticed me to photograph Swanzey is that it has several covered bridges. I began photographing New Hampshire’s covered […]

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I have been to Cornish many times over the years and I always find something new to photograph. Cornish will be turning 250 years old this year. The first time I went to Cornish was when I was photographing the covered bridges of Sullivan County. There are 3 covered bridges in Cornish, including one of […]

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Pittsburg is not only the largest town in NH, it is also the largest township in the lower 48.  I don’t usually get into much history about the places I visit, but I found Pittsburg to be quite unique. Instead of being granted by the King, it was purchased from an Abenaki chief. Both the […]

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It doesn’t matter in which season you visit Greenfield, there is plenty to do. I’ve been to Greenfield many times and I decided to include some of my older pictures in this post. Greenfield is home to one of two covered bridges in Hillsborough County. The County or County Farm Bridge that is currently in […]

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