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Come together….Right Now!

It’s been a tough week. The Boston Marathon bombings, an earthquake in China, threats from North Korea and in Laconia on Friday night two families’ lives were changed forever with another tragedy. As many of you have heard from WMUR or one of the local papers there was an accident Friday afternoon and 14 year […]

My actual dirty boots.

Break Out the Boots

Growing up, my parents did a wonderful job of encouraging me to get involved with community to give back to those less fortunate than I. At the time, I thought nothing of the service I was doing, whether it was working in numerous soup kitchens, cooking and serving at church dinners (I am an expert […]

Julius and his Grandpa rocking out with the Dump Run Gang

The Dump Run Café

My husband and I both grew up in VERY small towns in New England. We often have a good chuckle at the fact that the dump is a hub of social activity in both our hometowns. It’s where you see folks, catch up on the latest gossip, that sort of thing. Well, my hometown is […]


Hypnosis and Cellar Holes

A Walk Back in Time: The Secrets of Cellar Holes Yes, cellar holes have secrets. When I first read the title of this event, I thought this was surely was a mistake. But it is not, and the more I read about it, the more I was intrigued about this talk at the Chamberlain Free […]

Rek'lis performing at the Red Parka Pub

Loving the Nightlife in Mount Washington Valley

When folks think about the perks to visiting or living in Mount Washington Valley they usually name off the amazing scenery, variety of outdoor activities and let’s not forget about the outlet shopping. Of course, there has to be something to do after the sun goes down and one of my favorite things about living here is […]


A Drink Recipe For New Hampshirites!

I think most young, working professionals would agree with me that’s there’s nothing like kicking back for some well-deserved R&R over the weekend, drink in hand. I’ve always liked learning about and mixing cocktail recipes whether it’s spiced ciders in the fall or fruity cocktails for the spring. But I stumbled across this drink recipe […]

Snow Baseball

Spring Snow-Ball

Recently, Stay Work Play, posted a blog about what the ongoing writers were going to do this spring. So far some of them have written about what they said they would do and I am sure others may have not yet gotten to their spring goals, partially because of the weather! Spring in New England, […]


Ever Been to a Lottery Cocktail Party?

The Lottery Cocktail Party I must start this blog post with a note that when researching happenings this week in the Granite State I came across some pretty interesting names for events, but this one definitely took the cake. With “lottery” and “cocktail” both in the title, this is sure to be one interesting evening […]


I cheated on New Hampshire – My first 5k

I cheated on New Hampshire and ran my first 5k last month in Vermont. One of my favorite things about NH is its vicinity to some of my favorite places to visit. Running (yes, I ran the whole time) my first 5k in a different state was probably the best idea ever. Why? Because if you […]

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We Will Rock You

When I was in college I worked a summer camp where I had the opportunity to repel down mountains and do some rock climbing and hiking. Then the summer after college I got hired at an amazing job where I got to travel the entire United States for five weeks and see all the main […]

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