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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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Fall isn’t the only time you will find vibrant, beautiful colors on a drive through Alexandria. As Mother Nature releases us from the grasp of Old Man Winter, newly emerging leaves begin life in many of the shades of fall. Reds, yellows and oranges fill the trees until their leaves garner enough sunshine to put […]

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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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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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When I first started asking around for things to see and do in Milan, the response I got was begin by pronouncing the name correctly – Mile-un because mi-LAN is in Italy. OK , so now that I got that straightened out. It quickly became apparent to me that relaxation seems to be the name […]

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There had been a lot of rain the week before I visited Colebrook. As a matter of fact, it was raining lightly the first day I was there, for most people, this would be a great day to stay in and catch up on their reading. For me, it was a great day to be […]

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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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Windsor is the smallest town south of the White Mountains, but don’t let its size fool you! I found plenty of photographic opportunities! From lovely views of the distant mountains to the bob houses on Black Pond… The Windsor Mountain International Summer Camp has some very cool stone structures on its property… And I saw more […]

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When it comes to scenery, Deering offers something for just about everyone.; lakes, forests, mountains, fields, farms, you can find it all in Deering. I visited Deering two days in a row. Last week, while I was exploring Antrim, I crossed over into Deering and knew that it would be a great post for this […]

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Steve and I got off to an early start to tour Antrim. I wanted to get to Greg Lake before the sun was fully up. I guess that is one good thing about winter, sunrise is at a reasonable hour. I had been to Greg Lake once before, about 5 years ago when a friend […]

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