Family Travel Stories

October 19, 2008
by rbisson
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Last boat trip of the season to see the foliage

Columbus Day Weekend is usually peak foliage in New Hampshire. We decided to take the boat out for one last trip before storing for the winter. With the fall colors close to peak, an autumn cruise seemed like a good idea. The … Continue reading

October 7, 2008
by rbisson
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Our boating trip to Bow Lake in Strafford, NH

After a long break from boating due to the weather, we finally made it back out onto the water. This time we ventured onto Bow Lake in Strafford, New Hampshire. The day was sunny and warm, but windy. Bow Lake is approximately … Continue reading

September 24, 2008
by rbisson
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Travel the world from your home

Want a great suggestion for what to do on a rainy day with your children?  Travel the Earth, and beyond, from your home using Google Earth. This program originally used satellite images, but now you can see 3-D buildings, learn about the area you are viewing … Continue reading

August 5, 2008
by rbisson
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Boating with kids on Merrymeeting Lake in New Durham, NH

We took our second boating trip on the Fourth of July to Merrymeeting Lake in New Durham, New Hampshire. The weather was perfect for boating; sunny with a light breeze. We found the lake’s boat landing relatively easy to find, located only … Continue reading

June 28, 2008
by rbisson
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Baseball fun with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats

We brought our boys to the June 27th baseball game against the New Britain Rockcats. The NH Fisher Cats often have promotions for the first 1,000 or more fans through the gates. Friday night’s game was the Jacoby Ellsbury bobblehead giveaway … Continue reading

June 24, 2008
by rbisson
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West Rattlesnake Mountain Climb with Kids – New Hampshire

The trail starts off flat but you quickly begin to climb. Once you start your ascent, the trail continues on its upward course with little relief. The trail is fairly wide but due to the large amount of traffic a … Continue reading

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