Pictured above: Beautiful Town Hall in the classic New England town of Exeter
, New Hampshire, as shown on 1909 postcard.
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Here up north the leaves are falling off the trees now, and that means a lot of snowbirds are closing up their homes and getting ready to head south for the winter. When you think about everything that has to be done before leaving home for months, that could make anyone nervous!
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Topretirements member Scottp has been doing a fantastic job of responding to and livening up the Forum topic he created on "Finding the Perfect Climate". There are now 7 pages of comments! Hint: you can start on page 1 or go the end (pg 7) to see the most recent comments. Great stuff - thanks Scott! Perfect Climate
Exeter, home to one of America's most prestigious prep schools, Phillips Exeter Academy, is a classic New England town. Near Durham and Portsmouth, it's just 50 miles from Boston. There is plenty to do and nice places to live.
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