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Thursday Doors

About ten miles north of Concord, New Hampshire, there is the small town of Boscawen right off Interstate 93. The New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery is located on 104 acres of land that was previously part of the state forest. … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

On our road trip last week, we spent part of a morning in Walpole, New Hampshire, 17 miles north of Keene. It was settled in the 1700’s and named in honor of Sir Robert Walpole, the first prime Minister of … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

I am a sucker for a barn door or any kind of door that is hung like a barn door. It calls to my ‘Yankee’ spirit, and I’m always intrigued not only by the door but the hardware. So, when … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Let’s spend this Thursday in the small town of Bath, New Hampshire, named after William Pulteney, 1st Earl of Bath, an English Whig politician. It was incorporated in 1761 when equal shares of land was set aside for 68 families … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Ever heard of Woodstock, NH? It’s 60 miles north of Concord and 90 miles south of the Canadian border, and it has a pretty well-known craft brewery at the Woodstock Inn, Station and Brewery. On our way north a couple … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Last week when we headed north, we needed an overnight stop in Littleton, NH. We usually stay at the Hampton, but it is ‘in season‘ and the rates are $200+. When we pull off the interstate for one night and … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Welcome to the north country and the tiny town of Landaff, New Hampshire. Landaff was where my grandparents called home. It covers a mere 28 miles, and the 2010 census recorded 415 residents. I went to many dinners, plays, and … Continue reading

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