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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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Monroe

The beautiful town of Monroe is situated along the eastern shore of the Connecticut River.  As with most of the towns along the river, Monroe abounds with farms and fields. I didn’t have to look very far to find some wonderful barns and farms… As I was driving along, I spotted a heron at the […]

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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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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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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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Danbury

When I got back to Waldo after touring Danbury, I set about my usual routine. I began downloading all of the images I had captured, did a quick scan of them and deleted anything I knew at a glance didn’t portray what I intended. Some of them just didn’t come across equal to what I […]

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Groton

After last week’s tour of Holderness, I didn’t think the Lakes region held any more surprises for me. I couldn’t have been more wrong! Next on my list of places to visit was Groton. The combination of history and natural beauty left me in awe. Just for the “Wow factor”, I’m going to start at […]

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Merrimack

Situated between New Hampshire’s two largest cities, Merrimack has plenty to offer residents and visitors. I visited several of the area parks, starting near Naticook Lake. The fall colors are still hanging on for us to enjoy…   I think my favorite park in Merrimack is Twin Bridge Park. There is an awesome wooden playground […]

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