You may recognize her from the New York Times bestseller list (with eight recent novels debuting at #1), from her books-turned-blockbuster films like My Sister’s Keeper and The Pact… or from hiking Moose Mountain and running errands in Hanover. Yes, world-famous author Jodi Picoult has been a resident of the Granite State for two decades now. Here, she tells us how the state influences her writing, why she and her family love calling NH home, and much more. […]
Well what a difference a few days can make. Stunning fall scenery is peaking out around New Hampshire. We found some awesome autumn color this week in our travels around the Merrimack Valley Region. And that’s not all! Learn More
Hello fall! Mother Nature turned down the temps just a bit and turned up the fall colors! Spent some time out and about scouting for signs of those colors along the landscape in the Monadnock Region and lo and behold we found them! Yellow, orange, red and green. We saw them all and more! Just happened to scout out a few fall photo opps too. Learn More
It’s almost as if Mother Nature flipped a switch, and boom, there’s a fall feel in the air. With more seasonable temperatures here, perhaps the trees will take their cue and dazzle us with their seasonal display of fiery colors. We've seen some nice pops of color on the routes we’ve traveled so far this season but we’re still waiting for the really big show. We headed to the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region to see how the colors there are coming along. Learn More
The calendar now officially says fall, but it seems Mother Nature isn’t letting go of summer. After cooler temps earlier this month, and what appeared would be an earlier than usual start to the foliage season, the warmer weather has returned which seems to be slowing the annual transformation of all those lovely leaves. Even still, we did find some peaks of color popping out around the White Mountains. Learn More
Autumn in New Hampshire is truly one of my favorite times of the year. And for those of you who’ve been following along since last fall, you know one of the things I love to do during this season is leaf-peeping! I’m so excited to once again be traveling around the state this fall to share the fantastic foliage New Hampshire is so well known for. Our first v-log is a trek through New Hampshire’s Great North Woods where we found waterfalls, incredible mountain scenery and foliage too! Learn More
Red, yellow, orange, crimson, peach, maroon, and how about a little green too! I think I collected leaves in just about every shade possible this fall. How about you? As I've mentioned before, I'm always sad to see the leaves fall so I like to preserve them to decorate my home for the season ahead. In this week's video blog we share a few ways for you to do the same. Take a look. While the video walks you through each project, I thought it might be helpful for to provide a list for the items you'll need for each DIY craft. Read on for how to make
Just when you think the foliage show can't get any brighter and BOOM, it does! I have been hearing reports of how awesome the foliage has been around New Hampshire's Lakes Region. So, I had to go check it out for myself. There is still an abundance of color to be seen in this region with beautiful corals, peaches, yellows and reds dotting the trees. And there is just something magical about seeing these autumn hues reflecting in the crystal clear waters below. This video blog highlights the scenery and some great stops to make as you work your way around the Big Lake! I hope you enjoy the sights as much as I did. Photos from around the Lakes Region.