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The Winnipesaukee View, Issue #004
October 01, 2008
Welcome to the Winnipesaukee View. Where you can find information on Lake Winnipesaukee and the surrounding area. A newsletter with things to do, events, bits and pieces of information and more...
In this issue:
Can you believe its already October? You know what that means. It's time for Halloween activities. Go through the costumes, carve the pumpkins, set up the scarecrows....It's a fun filled time for everyone, no matter the age.
There are so many activities in the Lake Winnipesaukee area. If you plan well, you might be able to go to most, if not all, of them.
There are corn mazes, costume parties, scarecrow festivals and the mother of all scary events....Morbid Mountain! This is a new undertaking for Gunstock Mountain this year. Usually they have Oktoberfest, but this year they're focusing on Halloween instead.
If anyone goes to Morbid Mountain, be sure to let me know how it was. My kids are too young to go, so I will have to wait a couple of years.
Many banks and grocery stores are holding coloring contests for the kids. This makes it easy to fit something into a hectic schedule.
Remember almost everything is kid friendly except Morbid Mountain. For more fun and kid-friendly activities, check out my Halloween Events page for all the details.
Ahhhh, the fall brings crisp, cool days and chilly nights. The leaves are changing color, the smell of woodstoves are in the air....This makes a perfect time of year for a hike to enjoy the fall foliage.
Whether you go by car, boat, train, plane or foot, the fall foliage in the Lake Winnipesaukee area is spectacular to see. Don't forget to bring your camera!
Check out my fall foliage page to find out about the different ways to see the gorgeous scenery.
Before you know it, the leaves have all fallen, the yard work is done and it's time to hunker down for the winter. You'll soon be thinking about Christmas and skiing and will want to know everything that's going on for that time of year.
I will probably update the Christmas page in November, so check back on this page to find out all of the holiday activities. In the meantime, enjoy the fall and visit www.lake-winnipesaukee-travel-guide.com often.
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