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Re: Suggest a NH Region
« Reply #30 on: November 04, 2009, 06:20:21 pm »

What about Raymond or Chester?



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Re: Suggest a NH Region
« Reply #31 on: November 13, 2009, 09:26:34 pm »

I love Seabrook because it reminds me so much of Seattle.  Anyone getting homesick for that city can just drive by Hampton Harbor and Seabrook Beach.

That's a reason to not move to Seabrook.  I like Portsmouth like I like Boston, but Boston is a hundred times better.

If you dont want to feel like an alien for not being a zeitgeist liberal and dont feel like joining the "hippie flow", I'd say its a nice place to visit, but not to make home. But Portsmouth is the only city in NH that can give Manch a run for its money whent it comes to action and nightlife. But Manch is organically conservative. It doesnt try to hard to be hip. It is just hip, because the free spirit of the city fosters a pro-growth agenda.

Dude, you just badmouthed New Hampshire, Seabrook, Seattle, and the seacoast all in one post, then described Boston as
a hundred times better.
  Since Seabrook is close to Boston, I get down there as often as I'm in Portsmouth.  I have to say that the latter is one of the nicest cities I've even visited.  Easy access to Boston is nice, but I really like the seacoast much more.
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