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New Hampshire: The Granite State

New Hampshire: The Granite State
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by in Mar 2008

With astonishing mountain vistas, rolling pastures, and primal northern forests, New Hampshire is a state of grandeur. But grandeur doesn’t preclude intimacy. Waitresses at the breakfast cafes always seem to call you “hon,” the aroma of warm cookies wafts from little B&Bs in the afternoons, and you’ll surely get an earful of local gossip at the village church’s Saturday night bean supper.

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2 Responses to New Hampshire: The Granite State

  1. Helena Doerfler December 23, 2012 at 10:46 pm #

    I can’t believe nobody posted any comments about New Hampshire! How sad. New Hampshire is a beautiful state, and perfect representative of the quintessential New England. After all, Yankee Magazine is BASED in New Hampshire, someone should honor the state with a comment! So I will. We have traveled there many times and loved it. Beautiful Franconia is one of our favorite places to visit for it’s foliage in the fall. We have never missed a year in the last 20 to go to Keene in the Monadnock area in October for the pumpkin fest, and Lake Win is picture postcard perfect. New Hampshire absolutely deserves a nod

  2. Terry Guerra December 27, 2012 at 6:01 pm #

    Live free or Die, we head up every year, Although now its only once a year as we reside in FL. However, when we lived in Jersey, we would take many trips to Lincoln, we owned a nice townhouse that over looked the Loon Mt ski resort. We would go up maybe four or five times a year. Of course, all would be from May though Oct. We ski but love warm weather. We sold out in 2006…..Ahhh the good old days, businesses thriving and $1.50 gallon for gas. What the heck happened….

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