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  1. This is were landed in northern New Hampshire, . A couple more years to go but no neighbors, love it

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Congratulations!!

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Beautiful. Congrats and enjoy it!
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Niiice, what town?
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Congrats! I'm jealous, but you do have neighbors, lots of 4-legged ones. It'll be cool to get to see them. If you were on the Cape you're already aware of coyotes. My wife used to live near a golf course in Mashpee and she'd never let her dog out w/out a leash due to the number of them. Enjoy your retirement!
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Congratulations. You’re a very lucky guy.
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Congratulations! Any trout in that stream?
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Congratulations! Beautiful property.
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Land is in Colebrook, there are native Brookies in the river and also some stocked fish.
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Beautiful piece of land and pretty dogs also. Congrats!
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it’s a long way from the ocean but the solitude is nice. And she’s becoming a pretty good shooter as well
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Spent a lot time on sleds up in that area. Some of the best snowmobiling in New England. Enjoy !
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Beautiful piece of land and pretty dogs also. Congrats!
the shorthair is ours, the fluffy mutt is my sisters, the weed line is the street, carton hill, she lives on property we are standing on, the 28 acres across the street is our purchase. There’s another pasture behind the distant tree line we will build on. We can build fifty feet to the river, once wetlands mapping is done we will situate the house as close as we can get to the river, maybe a gazebo on the banking, I can see a couple scoopes from the excavator making a nice pool in the river🤣
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Nice piece of properly. NH is too cold for us, but those areas have some great scenery.
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Very nice congrats!!
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Love NH.

Are you leaving the Cape?
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We have had enough, I have been here since I was 4 years old, 54 years and it has changed so much. I will miss the ocean and have two boats to sell but the bride is really loving it , and that makes me happy.
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I have a nice used snowmobile I can sell you!
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What do you do in the winters?
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