An interesting website promoting some of the smaller mountains.
Blog :: 2007
The Wolfeboro Department of Parks and Recreation is thrilled by the gracious winter wonderland here at the Abenaki Ski Area. The snowfall and forecast are leading up to what we anxiously believe will be a spectacular holiday vacation week. Snow making began this week and with the help of mother nature we are beginning to cover the ski slope for our intended opening of the rope tow on December 26th. We invite you to come out and to support your local mountain. Bring your guests and holiday visitors out to enjoy the best of what Wolfeboro has to offer in the Winter. We have excellent grooming and you will be amazed at Abenaki conditions and terrain.
A woman whose husband died after falling overboard the M/S Mount Washington during a 2006 Halloween cruise on Lake Winnipesaukee has filed a lawsuit against the ship's owners.
Karen Sylvestre of Hooksett argues the ship's staff erred by serving alcohol to her husband, 45-year-old James Sylvestre, when they knew or should have known he was intoxicated. It's the first time anyone has directly linked Sylvestre's fatal accident with alcohol.
We are off to a great start for snow season. Here is a good article which summarizes what is happening at the eastern ski areas. New owners promise better experiences at our ski resorts, mother nature is only helping the cause this year.
Well finally some good news about our Real Estate market. I was talking with a client yesterday about how every real estate market is local, it is very hard to predict what will happen with Lakes Region Real Estate by comparing it to the California market. We simply did not have prices jump as fast as other parts of the Country, we had a steady more healthy growth.
LACONIA -- With soaring fuel prices and increasingly congested but unmaintained highways, the call of "all aboard" may one day again be heard throughout New Hampshire, including Franklin, Laconia, Meredith and Plymouth.
By JOHN KOZIOL email@example.com
Article Date: Thursday, November 29, 2007
Recently, the Gunstock Commission, a board directors that oversees the operation of Gunstock Mountain Resort for Belknap County, presented county commissioners with ideas for partnering with private investors -- in a long-term lease model -- to enhance the recreation area that has existed on the slopes of Belknap Mountain Range since the 1930s.
The first order of business for New Hampshire Motor Speedway's new executive vice president and general manager Jerry Gappens is to calm the fear here that New England's largest sports facility will lose one of its two NASCAR Nextel Cup races.
New Hampshire: The state is expected to outperform all other New England states with an average annual gross product growth rate of 3 percent through 2011. New Hampshire also is expected to lead the region in employment growth, with a 1.7 percent annual rate. But real estate values are expected to be pressured well into next year by rising numbers of people paying mortgages late and facing foreclosure.
There are many questions as to how the new regulations are going to affect home owners rights on their waterfront properties. It is a delicate balance to protect our greatest asset without taking away the properties owners right to enjoy their own land. Here is the summary page from the State of New Hampshire's DES page.
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