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Beaver dam, Bennington, VT
6th Jul 2008
Vermont and New Hampshire

At the hostel where I am staying there is a lake on which I paddled in a canoe this morning.  Over the far side in amongst the reeds and grasses there was a small stream carved out, which had been dammed by beavers.  I'd never seen a beaver dam before so this was very cool.


After planning my route and transcribing Google's complicated instructions I hit the road. I avoided the freeways and drove only on local routes, which meant I could see lots of quaint New England villages.  They all have several things in common:  clean, tree-lined, and with white buildings everywhere.  Very nice.

I stopped in NH's capital, Concord, on my way through.  The state has a very small population and the capital city is tiny, far smaller than even Dunstable. 


I am staying in Conway, New Hampshire, in the tip of the Appalachian mountains in the White Mountains range.  It's a very nice little town.

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