5 free things to do in New Hampshire

Fall is the perfect time to see the state's natural wonders.

 

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Nov 3, 2012 5:44PM
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This spot in NH has been my favorite for 50 years!   So many treasured family memories from this lakeside retreat!   NH has the best in lakes, mountains, beaches, forests.  So glad I call it home!
Nov 3, 2012 12:32PM
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I LOVE New Hampshire,New England.  No place else like it on the planet.  From the Rocky Maine coastline to the green mountains of Vermont !!!!! to the changing seasons.  But way tooooo Expensive to live their.  Lived in New hampshire for over twenty years had to move to Florida mainly because of the extreme cold and long winters plus real estate taxes way too high.  Miss it alot, from the food to the sceanery to the nature of the New England people. 
Nov 3, 2012 12:10PM
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You could work for free in NH. The wages stink.

Nov 3, 2012 12:02PM
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I was born & rised in New Hampshire~I loved rising my 3 son's there and I now live in Cailf.once my son's left home and I began 2 travel ~I relized that the winter's were so long and cold and unless you snowmoble or ski ~you are pretty much home bound~I do miss the "small town" feeling~people are just very friendly there~on a lighter note~the summner's are endless~camping ,swimming,fishing,DJ
Nov 3, 2012 11:57AM
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1) Drink

2) Drink

3) Drink

4) Drink

5) Drink

 

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. 

Nov 3, 2012 11:19AM
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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.

 

Nov 3, 2012 9:57AM
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Moved from there in late 90's, now in SC.  In the autumn I long for the beautiful reds & oranges... the cool days and the fresh, clean scent in the air.  Was such fun stuffing leaves in old clothes and making silly "people" for Halloween, raking the leaves and jumping in the huge piles!  Autumn was/still is my favorite time of year.   
Nov 3, 2012 9:56AM
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We could egg  Romney's home.  That certainly would be living free in NH..
Nov 3, 2012 9:45AM
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Would never live anywhere else...the GREATEST state in the nation!
Nov 3, 2012 9:36AM
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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.

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