The continuing adventures of a fulltime RVer.
Wow, you really are getting far from the Mississippi River now. And to think you like to stay West of it and miss all these interesting things. ;c)
Home sweet home. N'diknna (The Dawn Land in Abenaki)! EnjoyMy Abenaki ancestors believe that Stone Face, aka the Old Man of the Mountain, turned their enemies to stone when he gazed upon them.
It nice to see the State of NH. I only drove through and stopped for lunch...I really want to explore the north east more there is so much to see there...and not so many tourists to deal with.
Oh what memories this brings back. My cousin lived in Littleton before moving out of state. Grandma and aunt lived in nearby Whitefield where I spent many a childhood.
You are in my stomping grounds. I am a NH native and spent over 20 years of married life there. I love it. This spring we were in Littleton. Somehow we missed Pollyanna which by the way is a favorite classic of mine.We really enjoyed being there. Been through the flumes so many times. Is the Lemon Squeeze still there? You just cannot imagine how much ice and snow overtakes us in the winter. I still live in NE just not in NH.,
This area is beautiful..........http://newbeginningswiththebudhis.blogspot.com/
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