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Sep 17, 2013 - Five Days And Counting

Day 1.........Sunday, September 22.............Manchester to Pittsburgh Day 2.........Monday, September 23.............Pittsburgh to Chicago Day 3.........Tuesday, September 24............Chicago to Oklahoma City Day 4.........Wednesday, September 25..........Oklahoma City to Flagstaff Day 5.........Thursday, September 26...........Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon Day 5.........Thursday, September 26...........Grand Canyon to LA

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Sep 22, 2012 - Chester and Manchester NH

Saturday - a day relaxing after the 8.5 hour flight from Munich. Quick trip to Manchester for a walk around and a visit to the Currier Art MUseum. Evening with Terry and her three very noisy English Sheepdogs. Sunday we will be driving to Ossipee in the North of New Hampshire.

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New Hampshire 2012

Aug 5, 2012 - Manchester, NH

We rode into New Hampshire today. Very pretty and New Englandy. It looks a lot like Vermont (but son't say that too loudly with New Hampshirites around). It's nice that the towns are close together and have a lot of local commerce. I got a great sandwich at a local deli in a town leading into Manchester and at it in the town square for lunch.

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Jun 19, 2012 - On our way!

We have finished the first leg of our journey, which was a mere 2 hours in the car. We are staying at the Spring Hill Suites, located across the street from the airport. I found a park and fly package for what was going to be the same as just parking at the airport. By staying at the hotel for one evening, we can park our car for 2 weeks in their lot free of charge, and they shuttle you to and from the airport. Drop off at the airport doors - yes please! Our itinerary has changed since the last posting in February, but it's getting late and...

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Sep 20, 2009 - Moving south to Manchester, New Hampshire

Today was a really full day! We started out early with packing up the RV and moving it to the local Wal-Mart, while we went to brunch with our niece, Lily and her partner, Ruthie. We took Duke for the ride with us and after finding a shady spot for him to wait for us, we found the restaurant Lily recommended, the Front Room. According to Lily, brunch is a big thing in Portland and as expected we needed to wait for a table. However, the weather was great, so we caught up while we waited. Brunch was definitely worth waiting for. Great food...

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Sep 1, 2009 - Manchester New Hampshire

Manchester is the largest city in the state of New Hampshire and the largest city in northern New England, an area comprising the states of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. It is in Hillsborough County along the banks of the Merrimack River. As of the 2000 census, the city had a population of 107,219. The estimated population in 2007 was 108,580. The Manchester Regional Airport (MHT) is a very user friendly facility. Modern conveniences such as covered parking and baggage islands across from rental car agencies add to the ease of use. All...

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Jul 21, 2008 - Brattleboro to Manchester

Brattleboro, VT to Manchester, NH My closing picture yesterday was hoisting a beer and captioning the photo “a good way to end the day”. If I would have waited until “route rap” I might have reconsidered that beer. We learned several things in the course of today… 1. There is a reason New England is so green in the summer…it rains a lot! For seven hours and 97 miles we were always wet. No one that I know went out to get the last three miles to make a century. 2. When our illustrious ancestors built the early roads out here they did not...

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"Retirement" Journey

Jan 4, 2008 - Friday Morning - John Edwards Arrival Rally in Manchester

We arose early and headed for the John Edwards Arrival Rally in Manchester. The rally took place in an unfinished room in a converted mill building in the downtown area. The room was packed with a cross-section of people, from members of the Steelworkers and Carpenters Unions, to students, to elderly folks. Despite the disappointment of Edwards' second-place showing in Iowa, the crowd and the staff seemed upbeat. It was standing room only, and we stood for quite a while before the Edwardses arrived; a couple of young staff members led the...

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Oct 12, 2007 - Portland Maine to Manchester NH - College friends

We're on the road again, heading to Manchester New Hampshire to stay with a college friend of Marty's. They both attended Nichol's in outside of Boston in Dudley Massachusetts. We get one last taste of Maine and visit Kennebunkport, the small, picturesque town where the Bush family summers. We see the Bush compound, and like others, stare at it and wonder what it must be like to own a parcel of land with no neighbors that juts out into the ocean like a small peninsula. We drive through the small town and there are tour buses and lots of...

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