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Thursday, 25 January 2018

A Little Bit More of Littleton!



Littleton New Hampshire was founded in 1770 on the banks of the Ammonoosuc River and a grist mill was built in 1798 which has now been fully restored.



 For pedestrians, a pretty covered bridge was built in 2004.


Thankful for the kindness of friends in our church community this week as we rally around those in particular need. It's good to know there are those who care and go the second mile!

Linking with Michelle's Thankful Thursday HERE

Sky Watch Friday HERE

Thanks for all your visits and comments!

32 comments:

  1. I attended Franconia college!

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  2. Beautiful photos of this place.

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  3. Hello, I love seeing the Grist Mill and the pretty covered bridge. Lovely scenes and images. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  4. I love all these pictures, especially the red mill. And so many covered bridges are getting more rare, they are tearing many down. I think they need to be protected!

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  5. What a charming place. Hope all is well in your corner. It is good to have people who step up and lend a hand.

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  6. I'm ready to dial in my reservations :]

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  7. Looks like a wonderful place to visit. Beautiful photos.

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  8. Hello Christine!:) Lovely scenes of the covered bridge over the river, and the restored mill.

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  9. A charming town and I just love that covered bridge!

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  10. Beautiful views, especially that bridge!

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  11. A beautiful New England town. Nice scenic scenes, Christine.

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  12. Beautiful Place and Fantastic blue sky
    Best
    Susa

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  13. Always good to read about building that have been restored, it's part of our history of the world.

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  14. It looks very pretty - I love towns in mountainous areas.

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  15. What a charming place that I would love to visit. Thank you for linking up today and have a great weekend!

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  16. Beautiful scenes, but the most beautiful part is knowing there are good and generous people all around the world.

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  17. What a wonderful place to visit. I keep telling my son he should drive up to New Hampshire next fall. He lives in New Jersey.

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  18. Sweet scenes! Love the mill.

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  19. ...and I'm thankful that you shared these wonderful pictures!

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  20. looks like an interesting pllace to explore, have a good weekend.

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  21. Lindíssimas!Adorei! beijos, chica

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  22. Beautiful bridge! Thank God for kind and caring people!

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  23. Quaint and beautiful. Love that bridge. I would have guessed it to be much older!

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  24. Nice looking mill and covered bridge.

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  25. How awesome that the mill has been restored! I absolutely love covered bridges, too!

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