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Some advice for "things to do"
Posted April 24th, 2012 - 5:54 pm from Menzies Creek, Australia
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Posted May 30th, 2012 - 2:47 pm from Menzies Creek, Australia
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Posted May 30th, 2012 - 2:57 pm from Portsmouth, United States
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Posted June 8th, 2012 - 4:10 pm from Menzies Creek, Australia
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Posted May 30th, 2012 - 3:00 pm by from Londonderry, United States (Permalink)
oh gee... I know we've done something like this recently before... I'd say try to read someone else's thread for more ideas... but no worries...

- Franconia Notch

- Saco River

- Portsmouth, NH

- Mt Washington or Monadnock

- Ben and Jerry's factory in Vermont...

- Manchester, NH for a beer if you want with me.

- Weir's Beach maybe?... i would say it is nothing special but maybe it is?

- Actually I don't travel much in my state so I don't know... I should though...

Posted June 8th, 2012 - 4:15 pm from Menzies Creek, Australia
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Posted May 31st, 2012 - 2:10 pm by from Portsmouth, United States (Permalink)
In the WHite MOuntains:
Sugarloaf 1 and Sugar Loaf 2 - Up 302 from Rt 16 or access on the west side from Rt 93 to Rt 3 to 302 - near Crawford Notch. end of the service road is the trail head for Zealand Falls hut...easy day hike...few hours each way.

Farther North:
Mollidgewock State Park - This place is awesome...on the banks of the Androscoggin river...above Berlin...so the water is pretty clean. This place draws a lot of canoes and kayakers. The river is very strong in some areas. Great spot, just a lot further north then most spots.

Campgrounds along the Kancamagus - they are beautiful spots and definitely worth driving through and checking out...or at least drive the Kanc. It's a wicked cool road. High travel and crowds though. But summer weekends are high season for the whites.

Portsmouth NH & the New Castle Island Loop

Posted June 8th, 2012 - 4:20 pm from Menzies Creek, Australia
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Posted June 9th, 2012 - 4:33 am by from Newmarket, United States (Permalink)
Your route looks like an AWESOME drive!

If you want to see New Hampshire White mountains and your on a big trip as you are, the kancamagus highway or "the kank" is a GREAT drive. There's also a ton of beautiful things to see in the Whites

If you want to stick with the train you can take the Train from Boston to Portland and see what Maine has to offer. There's lots of Nautical things to see and do, especially if you go to Brunswick 20 minutes north. Mainers Take great pride in the sailing/fishing heritage. You can also pick the car up in portland as it's Maine's biggest city and there are lots of rental companies there.

Going into Canada down to Nova Scoatia there's not much for tolls that I can rememeber, I drove to Halifax last December and I only can remember maybe one or two tolls. If you happen to detour to PEI there is a BIG toll, but it doesn't look like its on your iternerary. Just an FYI

I'm also in the Portsmouth area if you want to meet or need assistance. 603-866-2121

Camden is VERY pretty with it's harbor and sailboats. Climb Mount Battie! and eat Fried Clams (NOT clam strips, but fried clams) while your in Camden

What are you going to woodville maine for? Just curious

Montreal and Burlington are some of my favorite places in the world so I could babble for a while about them, so you're going to like both places!

Good luck!