There’s just something about a good diner that makes you feel linked in common experience to generations that came before. They have a feel of permanence to them, like they’ve always been there and they always will be. Perhaps it is that permanence that makes them feel so homey.
With diners, you generally know . . . → Read More: New England Diners That Allow You to Fill Up While Looking Back
April school vacation is once again upon us raising the question of how to entertain the kids for a week. You can check out some of our suggestions from last year – 10 Great Things to do During April School Vacation, or you can consider some of the following ideas:
Go to an Aquarium . . . → Read More: Things to Do During April School Vacation
The next stop on our tour of New England wine bars and enotecas finds us in the Granite State. If you missed our previous posts on this see:
Connecticut Wine Bars and Enotecas Rhode Island Wine Bars, and Enotecas Maine Wine Bars and Enotecas Massachusetts Wine Bars, Wine Cafes, and Enotecas
Following are the . . . → Read More: New Hampshire Wine Bars and Enotecas
A foliage drive to Meredith, NH, last Saturday (10/13/2012) proved to be a delightful treat. Although the “experts” stated that the foliage season was past peak, I respectfully disagree. I found wonderful color as well as many other great things to do.
Traveling north on Route 93*, I suggest you exit at Tilton and . . . → Read More: A Quick Foliage Drive to Meredith, NH
This is the second part of our round up of frightfull Halloween fun. Yesterday’s post was on southern New England (see: Southern New England (CT, MA & RI) Halloween Fun). Today we turn our attention to Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont for a round-up of haunted attractions…
Maine Haunted Graveyards, Haunted Houses, and Haunted Hay Rides . . . → Read More: Northern New England (ME, NH, & VT) Halloween Fun
We already outlined some interesting ways to see fall foliage in New Hampshire’s Lakes region (Fall Foliage in New Hampshire’s Lakes Region), we now turn our attention to the New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
The White Mountains of New Hampshire are world famous for their fall color. There are many great ways to get out . . . → Read More: Fall Foliage in New Hampshire’s White Mountains – Many Ways to See the Color
In our post on how to take a great fall foliage picture (How to Take a Great Fall Foliage Picture) we discussed adding a water element. What better backdrop than one of the 273 lakes and ponds in New Hampshire’s Lakes Region?
In the Lakes Region, the water serves as a mirror to amplify . . . → Read More: Fall Foliage in New Hampshire’s Lakes Region
The Wayside Inn Grist Mill in Sudbury, MA
In our post about taking great fall pictures (How to Take a Great Fall Foliage Picture) we identified grist mills as a wonderful “prop” for taking a great foliage picture. To help you out, we thought that we would pull together a round-up of New . . . → Read More: New England’s Old Grist Mills
We now turn our attention to the Granite State for our round-up of pick-your-own farms and orchards (see our first post on this – Where to Pick Apples and Other Fruit in Massachusetts). New Hampshire has many farms and orchards available for your fall fruit picking fun. Apples are the dominant fall crop followed . . . → Read More: New Hampshire Pick Your Own Apples and Other Fruit
It is that time of year where you may be planning a trip up to northern New England to take in the fall foliage. While you are checking out the foliage you may also want to check out another fun fall activity. Try you skills at navigating a corn maze. It can be great . . . → Read More: Corn Mazes in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont for the Fall of 2012