Animals & Wildlife Magazine

Lesson 1423 – It’s All About New Hampshire

By Wendythomas @wendyenthomas

Our Border to Border New Hampshire walk (which starts in ONE WEEK!!!) will be a celebration of all things New Hampshire. During our 220 mile walk Griffin and I  plan on visiting unique businesses and attractions and eating the foods (and in my case anyway, drinking some of our local beers) that make our state great.

As much as we can, we’ll also be using and wearing New Hampshire products. I am going to wear one pair of earrings for the walk (but who knows, maybe I’ll purchase more along the way.)

These are the three I have that are in the running to be worn on our trip (all made in New Hampshire.)

These little beauties made our of horse nails.


These which are made out of our New Hampshire state quarters.

coin earrings

And these, which I found last week that look like tiny dishes of teal rock candy.


Decisions, decisions. If you were going on a long walk to celebrate your state, which pair would you pick?


Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at [email protected]

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