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While in New Hampshire, you might enjoy a visit to:
Where do you come from? Weare. Where do you come from? Weare! Repeat.
This rock, with Viking runes, marks the AD 1004 grave of Thorvald, brother of Viking explorer Leif Eriksson and son of Erik the Red. Or -- maybe it's just a rock with scratches on it.
Low-tech, packed with vehicles. Includes the behemoth 1918 Lombard Log Hauler, "New Hampshire's first snowmobile." HOw about that funky 1973 burnt orange Inovar Sno Coupe -- Superfly's snowmobile?
The same kind of rocket that hurled New Hampshire native Alan Shepard into space. Brought here in 1971.
The saddle and chicken are popular relics at the Woodman Institute Museum, opened in 1916. Also here: the last cougar killed in New Hampshire.
Chutters general store boasts of its 112-ft. long glass counter devoted to nothing but selling candy.
A clever arrangement of bumps on poles, viewed from one vantage point, recreates the collapsed cliff face symbol of New Hampshire.
The first non-allegorical woman to get a statue in America. It marks the spot where a kidnapped pioneer mom turned the hatchet on her murdering captors.
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