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thebalize

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Visiting week of 3/25
« on: March 08, 2013, 04:46:52 pm »

We joined as a friend of FSA after hearing Katherine Albrecht talk about the project on a radio show.  We had already considered moving to a more liberty-minded state, but never really heard much about New Hampshire until now.  NH is a lot closer to us than some of the states out west that we were considering!

We were thinking of coming to visit over our kids' spring break.  We are from the Catskill region in NY, and would love to see potential places to live that look like our "homeland."  If you have suggestions for possible destinations, we would greatly appreciate it.  Thanks!

Liz & Gary
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Re: Visiting week of 3/25
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2013, 06:21:10 pm »

We joined as a friend of FSA after hearing Katherine Albrecht talk about the project on a radio show.  We had already considered moving to a more liberty-minded state, but never really heard much about New Hampshire until now.  NH is a lot closer to us than some of the states out west that we were considering!

We were thinking of coming to visit over our kids' spring break.  We are from the Catskill region in NY, and would love to see potential places to live that look like our "homeland."  If you have suggestions for possible destinations, we would greatly appreciate it.  Thanks!

Liz & Gary

Welcome! :)

Most of NH is forested and mountainous -- I think, anywhere out of the cities, and the extreme southeast corner of the state, you'd feel right at home. The biggest mountains are up north (e.g. the presidential range), and there are a number of large lakes immediately south of that. There are small lakes and hills almost everywhere else.

You'd be welcome to drop by our weekly social in downtown Nashua, at Peddler's daughter, 7pm Sundays.

Other than skiing, March is a bit early to be hiking mountains -- or hanging out on the lakes. It's prime maple sugaring season, however -- one option is to visit Parker's for breakfast and a tour: http://www.parkersmaplebarn.com/ -- it's a good excuse to take a drive in the country, though mason isn't as mountainous as most other parts of the state.
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thebalize

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Re: Visiting week of 3/25
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2013, 06:28:00 pm »

Thank you so much for the suggestions!  We will try to make the gathering in Nashua.
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