U.S. Virtual Road Trip- Day 29- New Hampshire

Today we are in New Hampshire with author Tricia Drammeh. Let's see what awaits us in New Hampshire.

Hi, everyone! I’m Tricia Drammeh and I live in the state of New Hampshire, where our motto is Live Free or Die.

New Hampshire is probably the most beautiful place I’ve ever lived. You can visit a variety of landscapes, from the beach to the mountains. At Rye Beach, you can visit rocky seaside cliffs. At Hampton Beach, you can lie on the white sand or hang out at the restaurants, bars, gift shops, and arcades that line the street. Or you can take a boat out to sea to do some fishing. Summer is a great time for kayaking, camping by a lake, hiking, or just taking a nice drive up to the White Mountains. In the winter, you can ice skate on a frozen lake, or you can go skiing and snowboarding.

If you’re looking for a place to eat, you can head to the seacoast where dozens of seafood restaurants line the coast. Or you can go to O Steaks and Seafood right in the capital city of Concord. The Common Man is another restaurant I enjoy, and you can find these all over New Hampshire. Be sure to try the lobster macaroni & cheese or a bowl of clam chowder while you’re here!

New Hampshire has been the home of many important people, including the 14thPresident of the United States, Franklin Pierce. You can take a tour of Pierce Manse in Concord! New Hampshire was also the home of poet Robert Frost from 1900 – 1911, and you can visit his farm for a tour. Famous author, Dan Brown, was also born in New Hampshire.

Basically, New Hampshire is a pretty awesome place to visit or to live. I certainly love it here!

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Thanks Tricia. New Hampshire sounds great. There looks like there's plenty to so in all seasons.

Tomorrow we will be in  New Jersey and our our guide will be blogger Melissa @ Eclectic Book Shelf

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