|Here is a fitting moment, given the lake was the site of the first Harvard-Yale Regatta in 1852. Harvard won.|
Wolfeboro belongs to the club of classic New England towns. It is rich in beauty and tradition with a very active commitment to community activities.
Of course, it is impossible to talk about it without also appreciating New Hampshire's largest lake, Winnipesaukee, on which it borders.
|My husband's family has owned this property since the 1940s and his 9th Great Grandfather, Captain Walter Neale has been credited with "discovering" Lake Winnipesaukee.|
|[Insert Escher's Three Worlds reference here.]|
|Black's has been here forever and has the same feel as the late great The Fligors in Edgartown.|
|There are many loons on the lake and The Loon Center is in nearby Meredith.|
|This is the place for ice cream, as long as you treat the lines as community building activities.|
|At least some residents would prefer that Mitt Romney, who has a place one cove over from ours, spends more time here over the next four years.|
The public spaces are where many musical events are held.
|Any real New Englander calls it Na Hampsha.|
|This was hand made and given to the town by Russian visitors.|
|It is a dog town.|
Past the depot is a great place to go for walks.
|Wolfeboro's original spelling.|
|This public trail was once the train route.|
|Wednesday's View From the Hotel Room Window....|
|...and Thursday's Speaking Venue.|