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Weare

When Steve and I left Clough State Park We headed up to the Everett Dam. It adjoins the park and offers another area to explore.  The walk from the parking area to the start of the trail system is about a half mile along the top of the dam… You can look down and see […]

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Brookfield

My tour of Brookfield marks another milestone for me. Last week, I completed Cheshire County. Brookfield is in Carroll County, so now I have toured at least one town in every county in New Hampshire. With views like this, I was sure I was going to love Brookfield. Moose Mountain is a big part of […]

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Westmoreland

I’ve finally recovered from surgery enough to get out and about again. I still have some restrictions, but it sure felt good to be out. Luckily the weather the last few weeks had been pretty rainy and cold, so I didn’t really miss going out. This week, I visited the town of Westmoreland and found […]

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Hillsborough

Like Swanzey, Hillsborough is a town I have visited many times for its unique bridges but in Hillsborough it is the collection of stone arch bridges that draws me there. At one time there were almost a dozen of these stone arch bridges in Hillsborough, today 4 of them are still in use. The Hillsborough […]

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Milan

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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Wentworth Location

            There is plenty to do in the unincorporated township of Wentworth Location. You could spend quite a long time there soaking up the tranquility, simply  meandering around great places like the Magalloway River Trail and Long Pond. My first suggestion for spending the day in Wentworth Location is to […]

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Sharon

It was warm(47 degrees) the day I toured Sharon. The warm air combined with the cold snow made for a foggy day. Somehow, the fog made taking photographs at North Cemetery almost mandatory! Sharon is a hiker’s paradise! Nearly 50% of the town is conservation land, including the Robert P Bass Memorial Town Forest, the Lincoln Davis, […]

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Roxbury

Roxbury, a town of only 12.2 sq. miles and 229 residents as of the 2010 census, was a bit of a challenge this week. My first challenge was that it was only 9 degrees on the morning that I chose to tour Roxbury. I would have waited for a warmer day but I did promise […]

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Greenville

Greenville is one of New Hampshire’s smallest towns at only 6.9 square miles. It is also the 3rd youngest town in New Hampshire. I was worried that I wouldn’t find enough to blog about, but, boy was I wrong! The center of town is rich in history with old mills, now repurposed for businesses and […]

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Deering

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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