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View Poll Results: BEST PART OF STATE TO LIVE IN
NORTH OF CONCORD 185 57.99%
CONCORD AND SOUTH 134 42.01%
Voters: 319. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 04-14-2016, 12:38 PM
 
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"'s true or not) - they were also colder than Littleton.

I guess I kinda wandered all over in this note (I tend to do that <g>).....If you have any other questions on Littleton, just let me know. I've only been in the area since April of 2006, so may not have the answers, but we really do love it here....and now I'll shut up[/quote]"

@ DareToDream...Are you still in Littleton and do you still like it?
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Old 04-28-2016, 04:50 PM
 
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Manchester, Concord, Nashua.

The moment I step in them I can't wait to get out. There's always gang looking graffiti in these towns too. Eye sores.

Keene is about the biggest town I have patience for in NH.
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Old 04-28-2016, 04:56 PM
 
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thank you, great learned scholar. Perhaps you will deign to tell us poor peasants of your travels to the lands where animals talk as humans do, and men have but one great face in the middle of their torso. Alas, we pathetic plebians do not have the knowledge of written word, and so will be unable to receive your pearls of wisdom.

Truly, we yearn to hear of your great travels to the land of flo-rid'a, which only the strongest of our octogenarians can endure, and your "dozens" of trips to the great mecca of boston, where only the employed may tread after two hours of gruelling traffic every morning.

lol!
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