Archives for May 2007

New Hampshire Made Delights

One of my favorite places in New Hampshire for downright yummy goodies made right here in my own home state is The Brick Store in Bath, New Hampshire.  Bath, NH is known as the “Covered Bridge Capital” of New England,
and quite possibly of the country.  Bath is a tiny little town
with a population of only 790 residents, but what a scenic place to
visit.

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New Hampshire Nuggets

NH Picture Ann Cummings NH Map

WELCOME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE!!

New Hampshire was
the first state to declare its independence from Great Britain, and it
was the first to set up its own independent government, having done so
in January 1776. That fierce independence that NH natives are known for
was shining through way back then!

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New Hampshire Naturally!

NH Picture

New Hampshire Naturally” is one of our state songs.  Well, actually, it’s one of the eight honorary NH State Songs.  The official state song is “Old New Hampshire“.  New Hampshire,
being the fiercely independent state that we are, has the unusual
distinction of having nine state songs.  How that came to be is
rather interesting!Mt Washington Shot

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History and Charm Galore – Exeter New Hampshire

Exeter Town Hall - 1/2007 - Ann Cummings Copyright



WELCOME
to the quaint little town of Exeter New Hampshire!  A drive through the center of Exeter will make you feel like you’re right smack dab in the middle of a Norman Rockwell painting!


Located just minutes from commuter routes – 5-7 minutes to I-95, right off Route 101 (the major east-west highway) – this is a perfect spot for those looking for the great quality of life New Hampshire offers and are working out of the area

Not only does Exeter have terrific access for highways, you can hop on the Amtrak Downeaster
and head south to Boston or north to Portland Maine.  Commuting
north, east, south, or west just doesn’t get much easier than it is
from Exeter!  The University of New Hampshire is just about 15-20 minutes away, in DurhamExeter is just minutes away from area beaches along the ocean.  And it’s just 15 minutes from all that Portsmouth has to offer!!

Exeter Revolutionary War Marker - 1/2007 - Ann Cummings Copyright

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Scrumptious Seafood Adventure

Do you love SEAFOOD?? If so, then you would have really enjoyed this 4 day seafood-packed dining adventure!!


Weathervane Seafood Restaurant One of my sisters, Karen, came to visit me about a week ago.  She went to high school here in Portsmouth NH,
so this was a bit of a memory-tour as well, as she hadn’t been back
here to visit in a good number of years.  Plus, she wanted to see
my ‘new’ home, which she’d only seen pictures of.

So, we picked her up at the Manchester NH Airport, and pulled a great surprise visit off on another of my sisters, Dale, who lives with her family in Manchester,
about 45 minutes west of me.  We just showed up, and Karen walked
in the door a couple minutes later, and stunned Dale.  Needless to
say we had great fun with that little surprise!

Dinner that night was in Manchester, at Famous Dave’s BarbecueAnd this is where my sister, Karen’s, seafood adventure began!

Karen ordered grilled salmon with some kind of pineapple barbecue sauce, and Dale ordered catfish fingers.  Karen ate her salmon, as well as some of the catfish fingers.  The rest of us had yummy barbecue ribs
– it would never occur to us to order fish in a rib place, but they
did, and they said it was delicious.  We’ll take their word for
it…..

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