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NH: Hillsborough County

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    New letterbox: Graceful Nature Amherst, Hillsborough, NH Placed by: Team Gracie Clues: I am 8 years old and this letterbox is my very first. I started this as
    Message 1 of 217 , Apr 30, 2012
      New letterbox: Graceful Nature
      Amherst, Hillsborough, NH
      Placed by: Team Gracie
      Clues:
      I am 8 years old and this letterbox is my very first. I started this as a project for my Brownie Girl Scout troop, after I learned about letter boxing from my cousins in Connecticut. Yes, my name is Grace, and any boxes I create will somehow have my name within it.

      Super easy trail!
      Distance: 0.5 miles

      Directions: Route 101 West (heading from Bedford), or East (heading from Milford/Keene)to exit for route 122 in Amherst. From Bedford, turn right off the exit. From Milford/Keene, turn left off the exit. Drive just 0.6 miles to traffic light, turn right onto Boston Post Road. Continue straight through 4-way stop sign. Pass Mike's Garage on left and take next left onto Foundry Street. After 9th house on right, you'll come to a cemetary. Take the 2nd entrance (across from Davis Lane)into the cemetary. Follow dirt road to back of cemetary and take a right. Walk until you see a large headstone on left marked "Hartshorn." There are two bushes on either side of the headstone. You will find the box under the left bush.

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      New letterbox: Bridge to Knowledge Henniker, Hillsborough, NH Placed by: Tj Woodbury Clues: Start at the Henniker Community School at the bus loop find the
      Message 217 of 217 , May 29
        New letterbox: Bridge to Knowledge
        Henniker, Hillsborough, NH
        Placed by: Tj Woodbury
        Clues:
        Start at the Henniker Community School at the bus loop find the dumpster and face the old church till you see a light post about 150 feet in front of you and go down the steep trail and stay to the right continue down the trail until you get the the wooden fence on your left. Walk aside the wooden railing till the end and will you find a small hill. When you pass the two trees on either side of the trail take a left on to the covered bridge. Cross the bride until you get to the New England College side of the bride and take a sharp left down the hill going to the river bank. Facing the river look directly behind you until you see a small cliff. Go to the cliff and look for a dead stump climb up and face the road and look to your left for a tree that looks like a bench look at the base of this tree and look in the rocks around it. If you found it please put in same spot and hide well.

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