June Articles


A Quiet time Quilting

Mount Washington B&B's Quilting Weekends

White-knuckle adventure is fine for some people, but for many people a trip to the peace and quiet of the White Mountains and the Great North Woods is a call to a simpler life, one with the cozy comforts of time-honored, cozy bed and breakfast, the company of good friends, and a return to the […]

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Exploring one of God’s hidden treasurers

The Flume George in Lincoln, New Hampshire

Exploring new and exciting places is always something I strive for when going on a trip. I am not one of those travelers that ‘follows the travel guide’ that much at all. I tend to go on a few detours along the way and much to my surprise, it usually ends up with something new […]

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Concord, food capital of New Hampshire? You bet!

As you make your foliage sojourns through the Granite State this fall, take a break from artificial apple and pumpkin-flavored foods and stop in Concord, NH, to sample tastes from cultures all around the world. Within the 19th-century brick architecture, downtown Concord hosts a smattering of different international restaurants and bakeries. You can grab lunch […]

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Recreational Vehicles

The basics of hitting the road in comfort

Recreational vehicles are multipurpose vehicles that are used for various purposes ranging from travelling and camping to full time living (for which they are parked in special trailer parks). Recreational vehicles are also widely known as mobile homes or motor homes. It is important to weigh both costs and benefits of owning and even renting […]

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