Welcome To New Hampshire!


This is Deputy Digby Pancake and I want to welcome you to New Hampshire!  We left the Massachusetts place yesterday and Boy Person felt a little better to drive us.  Yes, we all got a bit seasick and run down and all this traveling caught up with us.  Sheriff Brickle arrested everyone and we all had to rest.

But now we are ready for this New Hampshire place!  We are sure to have lots and lots of adventures here this week, and we are visiting our New Hampshire picked rescue on Wednesday!  It’s going to be a bit different from the other rescues we have visited…and we think you are going to really like it.

So.  Who lives in this New Hampshire place? What are your recommendations for a fun filled week?  First things first though.  What about food?  What about pancakes?  Do tell.  We are so excited to be here.  Not as excited as pancake eating though.

Welcome to New Hampshire!!! Where is Old Hampshire?

-Deputy Digby Pancake

5 thoughts on “Welcome To New Hampshire!

  1. Karen Olson

    I love NH and ME. 2 of my for items places to visit. Lots to see and do. And lots of good seafood especially lobster, or I should say lobster. You can even get it at McDonalds if you have a mind. There are great roadside places for sandwiches and for fresh blueberries yum! I am getting nostalgic here. Wish I was there. Have a great time guys.

  2. lynn daugherty

    You will find so much happiness in New Hampshire! My best rescue buddy, Gunner, lives in Washington. He likes peanut butter cookies and pancakes, too!

  3. Wendy Zouinka

    Come to a BEARDIE bounce in Scarborough , ME on Saturday!! Our beardies would love to have you! We are a group of bearded coolie owners who get together for a summer bbq every year and bring our pups !

    Email me for details!!

    Hope you can make it!!

  4. Christine

    Welcome to NH!!! We’re very excited to have you here! I’m not too sure where you’ll be traveling in the state but I’ll give you some suggestions: For pancakes – Polly’s Pancake Parlor in Sugar Hill, Flapjack’s in Lincoln and Parker’s Maple Barn in Mason. Microbrews are kind of “our thing” here in NH, so there are plenty of brew pubs should you choose that route, but for wineries a few of great ones are: Jewell Towne Vineyards in S.Hampton, Sweet Baby Vineyards in Hampstead and Flag Hill Winery in Lee. I’m going to assume that you’ll be hitting our coast, Portsmouth is really a must see! Great walking and checking out historical houses, Pierce Island (in Portsmouth) has wonderful walking trails, and an off-leash area with a dog beach. While you are there Annabelle’s Ice Cream is a great stop, as well as Breaking New Grounds for a coffee.

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