Those lazy days of late summer are perfect for a weekend of exploring New Hampshire’s secret lake
There’s no better place to spend a sunny summer weekend than on the quiet side of New Hampshire’s biggest lake.
Lilacs are in bloom, so it’s the right time to spend a weekend in the middle of a lilac arboretum, and track down some other New Hampshire icons in Hillsborough.
With mud season well behind us, we celebrate spring at a B&B set in a garden and explore the history of Derry and some of its famous residents.
As the snow melts away, it’s time to get outdoors and watch the flowers bloom in Chesterfield.
March’s lengthening days lured us north to Pinkham Notch and the slopes of Mount Washington for a last chance at winter snow conditions.
A winter weekend in the state’s capital begins with an art lesson and ends in outer space.
January’s short days and chill weather suggest a city weekend of museums, theatre and comfort food.
For a pre-Christmas getaway, how can we resist a town named Bethlehem? Especially when we heard about a new B&B in a log house.
When our friend, “Mr. White Mountains” Dick Hamilton, told us about the new Museum of the White Mountains in Plymouth, we planned a weekend to see what else this college town had to offer.
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