The Quaint New England Town of Peterborough

Yesterday I visited the quaint New Hampshire town of Peterborough and took some photos early in the morning before the town woke up. Thornton Wilder’s play “Our Town” was based on this town!  He wrote the play while staying at the MacDowell Colony back in 1938. Peterborough has two “main” streets. The one called Main […]

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Peterborough New Hampshire Celebrates 275 Years

This weekend, October 11th, Peterborough, New Hampshire is celebrating 275 years from the time it was first “discovered”. It’s not a celebration of the official founding of the town, but the town prefers to follow the lead from the time the residents recognized the centennial year in 1839. I suppose they celebrate every 25 years, […]

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An Afternoon at The Peterborough Farmer’s Market

I wish I had a picture of the Peterborough (NH) Farmer’s Market, but I don’t. Instead I decided to show a picture of my cat lounging in the sink with a message to get out and support the local farmers. It was a beautiful, sunny and coolish, day yesterday which was perfect for strolling the […]

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Eating Healthy in Peterborough New Hampshire

One of the things I enjoy about living in the Monadnock region of New Hampshire is the emphasis on buying local.  Eating healthy and organic, while supporting local farms is easy to do.  The quaint and picturesque community of Peterborough has farmers markets all summer long, and an indoor farmers market at the Community Center […]

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Our Pack Monadnock Hike in June

Ever since I moved to this area of New Hampshire I’ve been driving over Temple Mountain and past Miller State Park where Pack Monadnock is located. It’s the smaller mountain with big, Mount Monadnock in the distance and I live so close that it was ridiculous not to hike the trails there. Yesterday was sunny […]

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