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I Love New England

23 Nov
Tall NH Trees

Tall NH Trees

I spend my summers in New Hampshire.  Growing up on the Kansas prairie never prepared me for being surrounded by towering pine trees, oaks and maples.  Walking in the woods, kayaking on the deep blue lake, and eating lobster… what a wonderful experience. 

Here are my articles on New England:

How to Take a Day Trip on the Casco Bay Ferry …How to Pick Blueberries at a Pick-Your-Own Farm …How to Make American Chop Suey the New England Way …How to Cruise Lake Winnipesaukee on the Mount Washington …How to Live GREEN the New England Way …How to Keep Birds Away from Blueberries …How to Clean up after a Lobster Feast …How to Visit Wakefield Corner in New Hampshire …How to Save on Heating Bills the New England Way …How to Visit Covered Bridges in New Hampshire …How to Decorate a Lake Cottage on a Budget …How to Visit Sanbornville in New Hampshire …How to Tour Sanford, Maine …How to Find Lobster Rolls at a Bargain Price …How to Eat at Ted’s Fried Clams in Maine …

If you haven’t been to New England, it’s a great place to visit.

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Posted by on November 23, 2008 in Cooking, New England

 

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One response to “I Love New England

  1. heytoto

    January 16, 2016 at 4:06 pm

    I went to read your post on covered bridges, but was disappointed (maybe not a strong enough word?!) to see that eHow had hijacked your link for another writer. 😦 After our abortive attempts to locate covered bridges in New Hampshire last Fall, I wanted to see what tips you had!

     

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