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In New Hampshire, Franconia Notch State Park presents a startlingly beautiful panorama. In New Hampshire, Franconia Notch State Park presents a startlingly beautiful panorama. (Greg Keeler/N.H. Division of Parks And Recreation)
By Eric Wilbur Boston Globe Staff / July 7, 2010

When it comes to classic New England landscapes, arguably none is more defining than what one can find in Franconia Notch State Park, where rugged, mountainous beauty overwhelms the senses.

http://www.boston.com/travel/explorene/newhampshire/articles/2010/07/07/beautiful_mountainous_verdant_franconia_nh/

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by Jeff Woodburn

FRANCONIA – Robert Frost once lived in this area, and as I understand it, the old place that he called home for 5 years and 18 summers after that inspired some of his most famous poems. He arrived in Franconia as a little known poet, but left as an important literary figure. Thanks to the foresight of this small town his memory and spirit continues. (more…)

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LYMAN – In a large, rustic cafeteria adorn with lots natural wood and screening over looking an idyllic summer camp setting, a sea of middle age or older people are devouring their lunch. As the meal wanes, an unlikely scene emerges; a speaker, on a small stage behind a microphone, wonders aloud where everyone is from. (more…)

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