Family Travel Stories

August 31, 2009
by rbisson
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A summer spent at baseball games and with friends

This summer, besides being wet and cold, has been really busy. Our oldest son decided to try out for the 9U All-Star baseball team and was accepted. At that point, we realized that our commitment to explore New Hampshire was … Continue reading

July 2, 2009
by rbisson
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Wagon Hill Farm, Durham, NH

If you drive along Route 4 between Durham and Dover Point, you will see a picturesque old wagon sitting on top of a hill at an old farm. If you drive this route in the winter, you can see hundreds of people sliding … Continue reading

June 30, 2009
by rbisson
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Exploring the Gonic Trails along the Isinglass River in Rochester, NH

Recently, we learned about the Gonic Trails at Mount Isinglass Recreational Area in Rochester, NH. This facility is located a short distance from Route 125 in Gonic; a village of Rochester. The facility is part of the Waste Management Turnkey Recycling … Continue reading

May 26, 2009
by rbisson
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South Mountain at Pawtuckaway State Park

We recently took a hike to South Mountain at Pawtuckaway State Park. We wanted to go on an easy first hike in the hopes that our four year old would enjoy hiking and we could do additional hikes this summer. We wanted to stay close … Continue reading

April 27, 2009
by rbisson
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NH Fisher Cats Offer Great Family Fun

Recently, the New Hampshire Fisher Cats held their annual 2009 Fisher Cats Meet and Greet. The meet and greet is a special event for season pass holders and Kids Club members. During the first hour of the event, visitors could get signatures from the … Continue reading

April 4, 2009
by rbisson
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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Recently on a family vacation, I put our old digital camera to work. I took it everywhere we went and took pictures of everything that looked interesting to me. The typical response I got from my family was “will you … Continue reading

March 5, 2009
by rbisson
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Barrington recreation department update

On Saturday, February 7th, the Town of Barrington held a town meeting deliberative session to discuss the upcoming articles to be voted on in March. The Barrington Tax Payers Association recently proposed an article to eliminate tax payer funding for … Continue reading

March 3, 2009
by rbisson
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Take your kids to a college hockey game

Living near the University of New Hampshire, where my wife and I attended college…..and met, provides us a lot of opportunities, one of which is attending college sporting events. In most cases, college sports presents a relatively inexpensive way to … Continue reading

January 18, 2009
by rbisson
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Dreaming about boating…

Today while I was cleaning off the snow from our boat storage tent, I unsnapped the cover and checked the inside of the boat to make sure everything was okay. We do not want any unwanted guests taking advantage of … Continue reading

November 22, 2008
by rbisson
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Field trip to Northwood Meadows State Park

I recently went on a field trip with my oldest son, and his 3rd grade class, to Northwood Meadows State Park in Northwood, NH. Northwood Meadows State Park is a free, unstaffed, 674.5 acre facility, which is open year-round.  There are trails … Continue reading

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