I really enjoy hiking in the White Mountains. I took the picture above last Saturday on Doublehead South in Jackson, New Hampshire. It was a beautiful day but it was only about 25-30 degrees at the top with a wind chill near 0. I have to admit that I wasn’t prepared for the cold weather.
So how does the law relate to hiking in the White Mountains? Well in 1999 New Hampshire passed RSA 153:A-24 (http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/xii/153-a/153-a-24.htm) that allows the State to hold people liable, up to $10 ...
The Yoken's sign was a Portsmouth landmark for over 50 years until the restaurant closed in 2004. For many years the sign sat exposed to the elements, rusting away, long after the Yoken's building had been demolished. Every time I drove by I thought it was a shame that such an iconic part of Route 1 was slowly deteriorating into a piece of scrap metal.
Last night the Portsmouth Zoning Board of Adjustment agreed 5 to 1 to allow the sign to be restored and placed in the same spot as the original. The repair and reconditioning process ...
You can now sign up for Obamacare (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act). I created this quick guide because I couldn't find any concise information relating to the New Hampshire healthcare exchange marketplace.
What is the Obamacare NH Exchange?
The Obamacare New Hampshire exchange is a marketplace where insurance companies offer insurance plans based on a federal mandate. These plans are Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze. With Platinum being the best and Bronze being the worst. At this time only Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield has agreed to participate in the New Hampshire exchange.
Where do I signup?