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    One of the last working farms in the area.

    by sbrookes Written Dec 17, 2003

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    Four  Corners Farm Silo and Barn

    The Wilton - Temple Community Farm uses a farm that has been used for many years. The site will be preserved under a conservation / historic / and agriculture easement. This is a picture of the rear of the barn with one of the largest diameter silos in the world.

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    This doe (female deer) decided...

    by sbrookes Written Aug 24, 2002

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    This doe (female deer) decided that she needed a morning stroll in our neighborhood.

    If you are having difficulties in seeing her white tail, look for the sign on the right hand side of the left driveway. The deer is near the pile of mulch.

    The house is know as the Fountain House.

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    Kayaking on the Souhegan...

    by sbrookes Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Kayaking on the Souhegan River. I believe the Souhegan River just south of the town line on US Route 31 for about 8 miles into Wilton is a Class V rated river during the spring run-off. This season is in April and may last into May.
    This is a good drawer for people from Boston wanting a good white water run in their Kayak or Whitewater Canoe.

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    A walk after a nice of rain...

    by sbrookes Written Feb 25, 2003

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    A walk after a nice of rain and ice...
    New Hampshire has many rock walls that border fields. They are there because the glacias left behind many rocks and little soil. Here is a picture of a wall that took much labor to clear the field that once was here. By the late 1800's most of the trees were cut for building, exporting, and fire wood.

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    The Hills are alive...

    by sbrookes Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    The Hills are alive...
    Well it is not music... many of our hills that were placed here by the glaciers are being leveled by man. Truck and rail are being used to ship the gravel to locations of up to 150 miles from here.

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    Stone Walls are many in New...

    by sbrookes Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Stone Walls are many in New Hampshire.

    The art of making a good stone wall was practice a great deal during the 1700's and 1800's. The art is lost now, but the work that our settlers did is still evident to all.

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    Two very special shops to...

    by sbrookes Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Two very special shops to visit.

    Bursey Farm Stand on Route 101 next to the House By the Side of the Road.

    Fryes Measure Mills follow signs from Wilton Center.

    Wilton Center is not WILTON Downtown.
    Rural Setting with a small downtown village. Room for deer, bob cat, coyotte, bear, moose, fisher cats, river ottos to live.

    Souhegan River is a noted White Water River during the spring run offs.

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