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    This article is spot on IMO. Northern New England in general is totally overrated. Glad someone finally got it straight.
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    Yes. Please DO NOT STOP in Bethlehem.
    The easy access to the highways, shopping, the larger towns, the Notches, the Art Scene, the food, the Trailheads, etc.
    It all is bad.
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    I have to agree with Woodsville being on the list. It really went downhill after Ameses closed.

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    This list cracks me up. I'm no longer a MASSHOLE since I live in NY but I don't think there is a difference!? I've been looking into a family condo for the last few years and I often go back and forth between Lincoln, NH and Northeast Kingdom. Since Lincoln is such an "undesirable" location I wish the real estate rates would reflect it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by NH2112 View Post
    I have to agree with Woodsville being on the list. It really went downhill after Ameses closed.
    It's still a far cry better than Wells River, though. Like St J vs Littleton.
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    Bethlehem just got worse as the voters voted down the landfill expansion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip View Post
    It's still a far cry better than Wells River, though. Like St J vs Littleton.
    Yes, Vermont’s NEK is awful. Come spend your money, but please don’t move here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peakbagger View Post
    Bethlehem just got worse as the voters voted down the landfill expansion.
    A little more expensive, in the long run, I suppose.

    The current landfill is a snow covered, winter vista, down there by the river.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowflea View Post
    Yes, Vermont’s NEK is awful. Come spend your money, but please don’t move here.
    Country is beautiful.
    The drive west on 9 from 91 over that switchback (Hogback ?) is in my subconscious as a favored mountain vista.
    I was comparing specific towns, as in the OP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nessmuk View Post
    Oh, but the ice cream, the giant scoops you can get in Jaffrey (is it Kimball Farms?). Not to be missed.
    That used to be my MO - Monadnock then Kimballs. Until Granite Roots Brewing Co opened in Troy.
    Now I hike, then beer.
    Nothin' on the top but a bucket and a mop
    And an illustrated book about birds.
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    who needs actions when you got words?

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