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Gilford, NH: Ellacoya State Park

Gilford, NH: Ellacoya State Park
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Wolfeboro Area Chamber of Commerce
603-569-2200; wolfeboroonline.com

Lake Winnipesaukee NH
winnipesaukee.com

M/S Mount Washington
Weirs Beach. 603-366-5531; cruisenh.com

Ellacoya State Park
Route 11, Gilford. 877-647-2757, 603-293-7821; nhstateparks.org/state-parks/alphabetical-order/ellacoya-state-park, nhstateparks.com/ellacoya.html

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One Response to Gilford, NH: Ellacoya State Park

  1. Sally Remick August 17, 2010 at 10:51 am #

    Dear Mr. Hale,
    I am handling publicity for the novelist Alfred Alcorn, whose Murders in the Museum of Man published by Steerforth Press/Zoland Books might tickle your fancy and appeal to your readers. Mr. Alcorn has a feature story idea for your excellent magazine. For the past few years, he has been renovating an old horse barn as a converted dwelling in Colrain, MA. It’s an obsessive activity which he calls “the Colrain cure” to keep him in shape for writing. Mr. Alcorn was featured in the current issue of Harvard Magazine (see Montage by Craig Lambert). Also Steerforth Press should have sent you or Mel Allen copies of all three books. Yours sincerely, Sally Remick
    *I may be contacted by e-mail “remicksally@gmail.com” or by phone 617-484-3517, for further details regarding Alfred Alcorn’s work.
    **By the way my father Eliot W. Remick wrote a popular column on antiques for Yankee Magazine and New Hampshire Profiles back in the 1950s and 1960s, when we were spending summers at my grandmother’s home on Lake Winnepesaukie.

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