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I was quite happy to be out and about with the weather starting to turn spring like. I saw my first real sign of spring while I was in Francestown. In front of a lovely old farm house, I saw my first crocus of the year… The snow melt has filled the streams and brooks […]

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New Ipswich

New Ipswich is a beautiful town with lots to see. It is rich in history and the scenery can’t be beat. I wasn’t surprise to come across a great view of Mt. Monadnock… I drove by a gorgeous house, sitting high on a hill and thought they really had a lovely view… With so many […]

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Gilsum is one of 13 towns in New Hampshire that is celebrating its 250th birthday this year. I’ve been to Gilsum several times over the years. Each June, they have what is called a rock swap there. It is a gathering of 60+ vendors of rocks, minerals, gems and assorted related treasures. I’ve been several […]

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It was great to see the sun this week while I was touring Troy. Troy is a beautiful and historic town. There were very few roads we that traveled where didn’t see magnificent views of Mt. Monadnock… One of the best views of Mt. Monadnock we found was at Monadnock Berries … While we were there, I visited […]

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The winter skies of March are starting to bring me down. Both times this week when I traveled to the rural town of Marlborough, it was spitting snow. While snow-covered trees and roads can make for some peaceful feeling photos, the grey skies leave me longing for spring. But…March does herald the beginning of maple […]

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There are many adjectives I could use to describe Harrisville: beautiful, lovely, gorgeous, serene, peaceful, I could go on and on.  Harrisville is a mere 20 minutes from my house and I had never taken the time to enjoy it. I had previously driven through on my way somewhere else, but it deserves much more than […]

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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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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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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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