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“Live Free or Die” – what a motto! The Granite State has produced many people of fame, from sports to political figures and everything in-between. Adam Sandler to Jodi Picoult, honestly, there are far too many to name! New Hampshire showed it’s moxie and motto when they were the first of the 13 colonies to break away and form the United States of America. Winter tourism is a major attraction here, noting some of the largest mountains for skiing on the East Coast. Snowmobiling is also very popular and second only to skiing. Summer activities on the coast and the many lakes include water skiing, kayaking, and speed boating. Even better, try just spending leisurely time in one of the many summer vacation cottages and B & Bs. Cuisine in New Hampshire is akin to most of the New England states, mirroring mostly the cuisine of Boston. If you travel in May, a must attend is statewide Restaurant Week which boasts NH Celebrity Chefs from around the state. More than 150 restaurants present a prix fixe menu with three-courses and it is available for both lunch and/or dinner. So no matter if you are looking for outdoor beauty and fun or haute cuisine, there is something for everyone in New Hampshire.