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A view from an example of what the new memorial will feature. Members of the Old Man Legacy Foundation and fans of the Old Man gathered to break ground at the future site of a memorial honoring the Old Man in the Mountain.; Thursday, June 24, 2010. Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra » A view from an example of what the new memorial will feature. Members of the Old Man Legacy Foundation and fans of the Old Man gathered to break ground at the future site of a memorial honoring the Old Man in the Mountain.; Thursday, June 24, 2010. Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra » (L-R) George Bald, Frank Grima, Dave Nielson, ...
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Spring can be tough sell for New Hampshire tourism
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – With weather that can swing from snowy to scorching in a single week, spring can be a tough season for New Hampshire’s tourism industry. According to the state Division of Travel and Tourism, 39 percent of tourist visits to the state came during the summer, 22 percent in the fall, 19 percent in winter and 20 percent in spring. But spring lags behind all other seasons when it comes to tourist spending. And unlike ski areas in winter, there isn’t an obvious destination or attraction to promote. "There’s really no poster industry for this time of year," said Dave Anderson of the Society ... market research, surveys and trends
Tombstone Liz's Page - True West Historical Society
Just thought ya'll would get a chuckle knowing we are freezing certain parts off here in the Old-West....where the cacti are shivering too! It was 9:00 a.m. when some folks walked in to complain about the snow! "Golly" was my reply "We would have canceled it if we knew you were coming today". Expecting it to get down to 24 tonight. Brrrrrrr.... Photo below was taken about noon, just when enough snow had melted to turn Allen Street into a mucky muddy mess. Anyone want to know what it was like liv… Continue Posted on February 10, 2009 at 4:22pm — 8 Comments January 21, 2009 Contact: Dustin L. ... market research, surveys and trends

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Franconia Notch State Park, Old Man of the Mountains, Profile Lake, The Flume, The Basin, Crawford Notch State Park, Arethusa Falls, Mount Washington Hotel, Appalachian Trail, Cannon Mountain, Cannon Ski Area and Tramway, downhill and cross-country skiing, hiking, rock climbing, ice climbing, fishing, camping. Camping: Four national forest campgrounds are found on the drive -- Sawyer Rock, Zealand (11 sites), Sugarloaf (61 sites), and Beaver Brook. Other national forest campgrounds are located within easy driving distance on the Kancamagus Highway. Camping is available in Crawford Notch State Park (30 sites) and Franconia Notch ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Grace Adams says her expectations weren’t high for the first Christmas Prelude celebration in Kennebunkport in 1982. In those days many local shops and restaurants opened only on weekends after Labor Day and closed for good when the last of the leaf peepers left around Columbus Day. “That first year, though, it was just huge,” recalls Adams, owner of Alano, a ladies clothing store in Dock Square. “All these people flocked to town. That weekend turned into one of the best [business] weekends I had all year.” Maine has a tourism problem, and it’s called winter. Other than ski areas and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Great Stone Face memorial taking shape — but slowly
“Good Night, Boss” was carved into one of the commemorative granite tiles displayed at a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday morning for the Old Man of the Mountain Legacy Fund’s memorial to the Great Stone Face in Franconia Notch. But the two dozen people who gathered at the edge of Profile Lake in the rain are determined not to let the Old Man go to sleep forever. Seven years after the revered state symbol fell from his perch, plunging the state into a mourning period marked by public displays of grief and impassioned editorials debating the merits of reconstruction, the Legacy Fund has raised just $600,000 of ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Alton town planner starts new job in Plymouth July 1
ALTON — The town will be saying farewell to one of its own at the end of the month as Town Planner Sharon Penney moves on in her career and moves closer to home. Penney started working for the town three years ago, in July 2007. Originally from Franconia, she will be returning home on July 1 and will be working for the town of Plymouth as the new municipal planner. "It will be nice to get back to the North Country," Penney said. "I'm really looking forward to it." Working in Plymouth will bring her closer to her home, something she thinks will be a good move for her. Most of her professional work ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Franconia Notch Region Area Discount Card 2010
or at the franconia Notch Chamber of Commerce Welcome Center exit 38, Off of interstate 93, located right next to the franconia Town Hall. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Agenda/Minutes, New Hampshire Executive Council
In 1926, James J. Storrow’s gift in his will of $100,000 for acquisition of timber reserves made it possible to purchase Franconia Notch. His son acquiesced in the splendid use of his bequest. The Notch was purchased from C. H. Greenleaf, proprietor of the Profile House which burned in 1922. UNH President Allen Hollis, with the assistance of state officials arrived at an option price of $400,000, for 6,000 acres of the Notch from Observatory Point north of Echo Lake to below the Flume. $66. per acre seemed high. The scenic value was so enthusiastically received that in 1925 the legislature, with Governor Winant’s ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
announcement - Salem State College : Salem State Home
Lyndon Area Chamber of Commerce http://www.lyndonvermont.com/ ... Post-glacial Mass Wasting in Franconia Notch, White Mountains, New Hampshire ...
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