If you want to know what there is to do in the Fall season in NH, take a look at this video, http://www.visitnh.gov/seasonal-video-popups/fall.aspx If you would like to plan a visit to our region, don't forget the wonderful specials we are offering during this timeframe. You can take advantage of either our Last Minute Deal or our 3 to 6 night stay special.
For those of you who might be available this Friday, this might be a great "To Do". All info below comes directly from White Mountain Attractions.
The caves and caverns of Lost River Gorge will provide the backdrop later this week for a New York-based production company filming on location in Kinsman Notch. A crew of about 20 people from Amalgamated Picture Company will be at Lost River for most of the day on Friday (Oct. 15), shooting scenes for the comedic drama, Epilogue, about the break-up of an action hero and his leading lady at the end of their adventure. The crew will be filming in several spots throughout the gorge, but there likely will be opportunities to watch from a distance. The sequence to be filmed is the beginning of the short film, written by New Hampshire native Dylan Allen, the owner of Amalgamated Picture Company. He worked closely with the New Hampshire Film and Television Office in Concord to come up with the perfect backdrop for the movie. Lost River, at the top of Kinsman Notch, is dramatic in its own right. It cascades on a subterranean course, under and over a steep walled glacial gorge. It flows into the Pemigewasset River, about 7 miles away in North Woodstock. In addition, it has about three-quarters of a mile of boardwalk winding through it. The film crew does not need any extras for the on-location shoot, taking place a week before Lost River closes for the season on Oct.23. For more information, visit www.FindLostRiver. com.
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Early last month, we were visited by Hurricane Irene. She left much devestation and destruction in her path. The Lincoln-Woodstock area has responded remarkably, and we are now in pretty good condition. All roads leading to Lincoln are open and the fall foliage is beautiful. One of the biggest issues facing us was the collapse of the bridge connecting the area to Loon Mountain. We celebrated a very successful Highland Games, putting in a temporary walking bridge to Loon Mountain and a temporary access road from South Mountain. We are expecting a great ski season with a temporary bridge giving us access to Loon Mountain. So, ...all systems are GO!
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