I visited New Hampshire a few times in the late '80's and early '90's. I remember walking into a couple of small convenience stores, and was stunned to discover that what appeared to be 3/4 of the stores' floorspace was occupied with beer.
Left Berlin NH in 1956 as a kid, still remember looking like a gunny sack full of golfballs from all the mosquito bites in summer! I have a lot of good memories of that stress free childhood jumping in piles of maple leaves and just plain enjoying life. Be home when the street lights come on.
They forgot to mention the long, extremely cold winters, followed by a couple of months of black fly season, followed by a couple of months of mosquito season, all with a good dose of humidity. Autumn is definitely the best time of year to visit though. Once you move to a better clime you'll wonder how you EVER tolerated living there. Moved away to the southwest in 1983 and have never regretted it.
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
Which of these extreme outdoor sports would you be brave enough to try?
- BASE jumping
- Ice climbing