Wednesday, August 26, 2009

The Best Small-Town New Hampshire Communities?

Article and photo (of Littleton, N.H.) by Eric H.

What town in New Hampshire reminds you most of small-town America? We'd be interested in hearing from you about these charming, quaint, quintessential New England towns in the "Granite State."

"Small-town America" refers to a community bringing us back to a simpler, more traditional time. Often, small town America is a place of tree-lined streets with old homes, and a community where people go downtown to shop at the local hardware store, eat at the diner, have a ice cream at the local parlor, get a haircut at the barber shop, or hear a concert at the town common. Most importantly, small-town America is a place where neighbors foster close-knit neighborhoods, speak their minds at a town hall meeting forum, and believe in the glory of community spirit. It is essentially a scene from a Norman Rockwell picture with, perhaps, a comforting, safe and secure Currier and Ives look.

So, what is your favorite small-town America New Hampshire town? Your feedback will surely help those interested in visiting, or moving to this type of New Hampshire community. We look forward to hearing from you!

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