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Easton

What Easton lacks in size (only 31.2 sq. miles), it more than makes up for in charm and beauty! I had driven through Easton probable hundreds of times and never knew it. Rt. 112 cuts through the lower corner of Easton. There are several wayside areas, picnic spots and trailheads along Rt. 112, but I […]

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Randolph

What to do in Randolph? Outdoor activities abound!! Randolph is about 30,170 acres and more than 13,000 of those acres are protected. So much to see and do, where to start! I knew Trouble and I were going to be in for a great day of touring. Many of the roads we traveled were Class […]

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Hart’s Location

Hart’s Location is one of New Hampshire’s 25 unincorporated places. Most of Hart’s Location is included in Crawford Notch State Park. The history of the notch is quite interesting and begins around 1771. Steve and I visited the notch the first weekend we were at Apple Hill Campground. We stopped at the Silver Cascade Falls. […]

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In search of winter beauty

If you’ve been along with me on my tour of New Hampshire for any length of time, you are probably not surprised you haven’t heard from me much lately. Winter is not my favorite time of year, by any stretch! Last year, I even fled winter by escaping to Arizona with my dad for 8 […]

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Dunbarton

Well, I guess the sign says it all. But what is Dunbarton the “Best” of? It is the best place to unload your ATV or snowmobile and explore the Hopkinton-Everett Trails Area. I didn’t hike any of the trails, but I did stop along the road to the parking area and check out the views… […]

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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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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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Ellsworth

Looking at the map before heading out to Ellsworth confirmed what I thought I already knew. Since Ellsworth falls completely inside the boundary of the White Mountain National Forest, I wasn’t expecting too many roads (paved or otherwise.) Not many roads equates to not many houses, most of the properties in Ellsworth are camps. The […]

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Orange

The town of Orange covers roughly 14,848 acres, over a 1/3 of which make up a good part of Cardigan Mountain State Park and Cardigan Mountain State Forest. It is a beautiful drive up Cardigan Mountain Rd to the trail head, parking and picnic area. Here is a link to the trail map. . . […]

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