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Boulders, Profiles and other New Hampshire rocky landmarks

New Hampshire’s Rock Profile: The Watcher aka Old Woman of the Notch

New Hampshire rocks are often like the clouds in its skies–if you stare at them long enough they start to look like something else.  She has been known by several names: The Watcher, the Old Woman of the Notch, the … Continue reading

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New Boston New Hampshire’s Famous “Frog Rock”

Is the Frog Rock famous, infamous or not famous at all? How many people nowadays even know about it? Is it located in New Boston, or Mont Vernon, or both places? Does the rock even look like a frog? Lets … Continue reading

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Isles of Shoals Landmark: Miss Underhill’s Chair

“There are some dreary little islands lying off the harbor of Portsmouth, N.H. about eight miles from the mainland,” or … Continue reading

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Madison, New Hampshire: Home to New England’s Largest "Lost Rock"

Well, the Madison Boulder is not exactly lost. 

Hundreds if not thousands of people take a gander at this 5,000 … Continue reading

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Photograph: Madison Boulder

See the story about Madison Boulder.

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