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Sep 10, 2012 - Triathalon?

Walked, swam and looked at our bikes. It was a gorgeous day again here at the lake. We walked to church at Weirs Beach then came back took the truck out for fuel and did some groceries. I walked again to Weirs Beach and watched some football while Shirley did her crafting. It was such a nice day I needed to go swimming again. Grilled chicken for dinner and off to bed. It was a laid back day and was something we both needed. On the road again in a little bit. Northern New Hampshire or as the locals say up state. Enjoy the pics.

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Sep 9, 2012 - Mystery solved

We officially are at Paugus Bay of Lake Winnipesaukee New Hampshire. There was question because the bay is as big as a lake and I did not see a connecting body of water. From our campground you can walk to Weirs Beach and we saw the connection. I asked a man at a marina if this was always so. He got a book on the history of Lake Winnipesaukee and it said their once was an earthen dam somewhere on the lake that either was breached or blown up and the ensuing water surge opened up the small body of land separating what is now Paugus Bay from...

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Sep 8, 2012 - Shakey Presidential Stats

For those of you following along, I have some time tonight and am doing the blog dated for Saturday. We started our day going to the Franklin Pierce boy and young adult homestead. When we arrived it was only open on weekends so we decided to just take pictures. BUT as I walked around the house I noticed the barn door was open. They were open only for a private tour of the house and when the people came we tagged along. Pierce was the son of the two time New Hampshire Governor Benjamin Pierce. He was a lawyer and a local politician and...

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Jun 12, 2010 - The Laconia Bike Fest

The Laconia Bike Fest We continued our stay in New Hampshire and decided to attend the Laconia Bike Fest. The event is held in Weirs Beach, NH which was a 25 mile ride from where we were staying. We couldn't get an inexpensive campsite any closer. This is the 87th year of the Laconia Bike Fest. It started on June 12 but we rode over two days early just to check it out and attended the pre-opening on Friday, June 11. This is one of the biggest biker events in the New England area. There were hundreds and hundreds of bikes. They closed the...

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