Category Archive for: ‘Activities’

  • Snow Fort

    How to Build the BEST Snow Fort

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    New Hampshire is no stranger to snow, and we think that’s a plus. After all, without snow you can’t go for a sleigh ride, you can’t experience skiing in the White Mountains AND you can’t build a snow fort. You don’t have to be a …

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  • Wrapped Present

    6 Creative Holiday Gift Wrapping Ideas

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    The holiday shopping was fun, but now you’re faced with wrapping all those amazing gifts. How can you wrap them without them all ending up looking the same? Try out these seven unique and creative ways to add interest to your holiday gift wrapping project. …

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  • Christmas Ornament

    7 DIY Christmas Ornaments

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    Classic colorful bulbs and ornaments you have purchased over the years are wonderful ways to decorate your Christmas tree and your home each holiday season, but sometimes you want to mix things up and add something special to your decorations. One fun way to mix …

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  • Power Of Giving

    The Power of Giving

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    Studies have shown that the act of giving can actually lead to better health. When you give, the goodwill that you generate radiates outward and then back to you. Here’s more about the power of giving and some suggested ways to give this holiday season. …

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  • Christmas Tree

    How to Keep Your Christmas Tree Fresh

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    Few things symbolize the magic of the holiday season more elegantly than a fresh evergreen tree. Whether you prefer a Fraser fir, a Norfolk pine or a Norway spruce, New Hampshire offers abundant tree farms and stands where you can select the tree that’s just …

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  • Gingerbread House

    How to Make a Gingerbread House

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    While gingerbread’s illustrious past originated over 1,000 years ago in Northern Europe–and thanks to a traveling Armenian monk–modern bakers around the globe have found the most delightful ways to give this spice-laden cake the treatment it deserves. In the United States, we have happily adopted …

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    Why North Conway is one of the East’s Most Liveable Ski Towns

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    In the winter, people brave the wiles of Mount Washington and the White Mountains with ice climbing, skiing or snowmobiling. In the summer, spring or fall; they might try hiking or biking along with some rock climbing. However, people who visit North Conway also might …

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    10 of the Craziest Movember Beards Ever

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    Since 1999, organizations everywhere host moustache growing contests to raise money for prostate cancer, testicular cancer and depression awareness. Eventually, Moustache November started to include the growth of some of the most unique facial hair designs. The Longest Moustache in the World Ram Singh Chauhan’s …

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  • Paints Brushes

    Create Art. It’s Good For You!

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    Sometimes it is easy to become caught up in the throes of everyday life where people don’t properly feed the mind, spirit and soul. The trappings of work and other responsibilities that could easily land in the file category of “mundane” tend to take over …

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  • Raking Leaves

    Do I really need to rake my leaves?

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    Each year as summer comes to a close, you probably notice those few first leaves that start to change colors and tumble into your yard as a prelude to the deluge of foliage that fall will bring. If you are like most homeowners, you probably …

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