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September 11, 2013

603 Reasons

(Continued)

199. First free public library.

200. Mini golf at Mel’s Funway.

201. Victorian Park.

211. Seeing my name in the Derry News through the years.

212. Veterans.

213. Hunting.

214. Six Gun City.

215. Seafood.

216. Pemigewasset River.

217. Dodger Brian Wilson.

218. No rain tax.

219. Bedford Mall on “Saturday Night Live” skit.

220. Derry students’ role in white potato being named state vegetable.

221. 13 Mile Woods.

222. Boys and Girls Club of Greater Derry.

223. Billboards with ER wait times.

224. Artisan ice cream.

225. Josiah Bartlett, Declaration of Independence signer.

226. Cathedral in the Pines.

227. Half Off NH.

228. 96.5 The Mill.

229. Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas.

230. Bode Miller

231. Old meetinghouses in many towns.

232. Merrimack River.

233. Stone walls.

234. Hartmann Model R.R. & Toy Museum.

235. Odiorne Point.

236. Sig Sauer.

237. Daniel Webster.

238. “Jumanji.”

239. Hot air balloons.

240. Sand sculpting contest at Hampton.

241. Strawberry, blueberry picking.

242. No payroll tax.

243. Mary Baker Eddy.

244. Margarita’s.

245. Seth Myers.

246. Ken Burns.

247. Sarah Silverman.

248. Seabrook Beach.

249. Rye Beach.

250. Currier Museum.

251. Jenny Thompson.

252. Saint-Gaudens Estate.

253. A profound sense of well-being.

254. Statehouse.

255. Cross-country ski trails.

256. Cannon-Mittersill Mountain.

257. Lupine festival in Franconia.

258. McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center.

259. Lobster.

260. First-in-the-nation primary.

261. Gun rights.

262. Wineries.

263. Rocky Gorge.

264. Earning the bumper sticker “This car climbed Mt. Washington.”

265. Isle of Shoals.

266. Fairs.

267. One of original 13 states.

268. Castle in the Clouds.

269. Searles Castle.

270. Sara Hale Newport, first women’s magazine editor.

271. First women’s strike in 1828, Dover Cotton factory.

272. Great North Woods.

273. Loaf and Ladle.

274. Parker’s Maple Barn.

275. The Balsams.

276. The Castle Doctrine.

277. How family oriented New Hampshire is.

278. So much to do, inside and out, all year round.

279. Cruising the Hampton strip.

280. Tabletop Rock.

281. No helmet law.

282. Millennium Running races.

283. Project Linus chapter.

284. Dunkin’ Donuts.

285. Crystal Lake.

286. Only inner city main street that is a dead end on both ends (Elm Street).

287. Papa Gino’s.

288. Raw milk.

289. USA Subs.

290. Rock 101.1.

291. Bedford Mall Cinema.

292. Boss Hoss motorcycle.

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