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Iconic New Hamsphire and Manchester to do list
« on: December 04, 2014, 10:39:53 pm »

My business partner is amused by the Free State Project, but He wants to know why moving to New Hampshire is a good idea.  He is looking for iconic activities to do in New Hampshire.  What is the thing you do when in New Hampshire or Manchester that is fun and unique to the area?  A restaurant to eat at, a meal or show to take in, any suggestion would be appreciated.  We will be in Manchester on December 18 and 19. (Thursday and Friday)


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Re: Iconic New Hamsphire and Manchester to do list
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2014, 12:04:23 pm »

Skiing or snowshoeing is quite big (Mt. Pawtuckaway isn't far). Driving the Kanc. I'm not in Manchester and don't really know what's down there, apart from Murphy's Taproom (owned by FSP mover & state rep) & some kids' things. Hopefully others in the area will chime in.
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