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The Worst Blizzard You Ever Experienced

If you are ever tempted to think the winter weather where you live is bad…just wait until you hear Brian Clark’s story.  Chances are he’ll…

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Extreme Conditions At the Top of the Mountain

The warmest temperature ever recorded here was 72 degrees.  It once got down to 47 below.  Brian Clark’s job is to be stranded here a…

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Clear For 130 Miles

This lookout sees an average of 237 days of fog each year…but on a clear day you can see up to 130 miles.  It’s a…

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The Mount Washington Auto Race

Imagine running the Daytona 500 on a mountain road with steep grades and no guardrails.  The cars may not be the same…but autos have been…

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Hairpin Turns and No Guardrails

It’s a mountain road with hairpin curves, no guardrails and an average grade of 12%.  That makes it one of the most popular and perhaps…

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The Mountain Road

It was big news when this mountain road opened…not because it linked two cities, but rather because it linked tourists with one of the most…

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Racing on Mount Washington

Imagine running the Daytona 500 on a mountain road with steep grades and no guardrails. The cars may not be the same…but autos have been…

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Presidential Visits at the Town & Country Inn

Too many cooks spoil the broth, and too many presidential candidates in the kitchen can cause a lot of problems too. That’s just one of…

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The Town & Country Inn

When do you need to ride 100 yards in a limo to get from your motel room to the banquet hall? When you’re campaigning for…

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Moose Tours

A town’s residents may pay taxes in order to support city services. In this town, the moose may be funding more programs that any family…

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Clark’s Trading Post

Imagine a animal show where bears bolted from the stage to barrel past tourist and make a break for the ice cream stand. It’s just…

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A Roadside Stopper

Along I-93 in northern New Hampshire you’ll find a spot that’s been attracting families for three and four generations now. In order to get those…

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New Hampshire’s Town and Country Motor Inn

The Northeastern United State is home to many long time, family owned resort motels. One of the most famous properties began with just a handful…

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St. Gaudens National Historic Site

It’s New Hampshire’s only national park service site and even if you heard its name, it’s doubtful you could tell much about the man who’s…

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How Bad Can the Weather Be?

If you are ever tempted to think the winter weather where you live is bad, just wait until you hear Brian Clark’s story… SharePrintEmail

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A Week of Weather Observations

The warmest temperature ever recorded here was 72 degrees. It once got down to 47 below. Brian Clark’s job is to be stranded here for…

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Weather on Top of Mount Washington

This observatory sees an average of 237 days of fog each year, but on a clear day you can see up to 130 miles… SharePrintEmail

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Racing the Mt. Washington Auto Road

Imagine running the Daytona 500 on a mountain road with steep grades and no guardrails. The cars may not be the same…but autos have been…

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Driving the Mt. Washington Auto Road

It’s a mountain road with hairpin curves, no guardrails and an average grade of 12%. That makes it one of the most popular and perhaps…

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Building the Mt. Washington Auto Road

It was big news when this mountain road opened…not because it linked two cities, but rather because it linked tourists with one of the most…

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