Concord, NH

It was a cold night but we did not see any frost on the ground.  We put on our coats and went for a morning walk around the campground.  There is a very nice sandy beach here that has been closed for the season, but it still had a beautiful view.

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French Pond, Beach at Mile-Away Campground

About a mile from here is a covered bridge we went to look at.  There are only two covered bridges in all of Minnesota but there are several in New Hampshire. I think that they are very interesting so we went to see this one.

Rowell Bridge

Rowell Bridge, Hopkinton, NH, 1853

Rowell Bridge

Rowell Bridge, Hopkinton, New Hampshire

We’ve been in Concord, NH, last year and the year before so no need to retrace our steps.  But we did walk up and down Main Street and past the State Capitol Building.

State Capitol Building, Concord, NH

State Capitol Building, Concord, NH

Concord, NH

Concord, NH

After a bit of shopping we met the kids for supper and a movie at their place.  We’ll see them again tomorrow.

 

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