There’s fascinating stuff promised in some of those dots

For me, it commonly begins with a mark on paper; or more recently, on a computer screen. They’re just tiny spots on maps – old-fashioned, unfold-and-spread-out-on-the-hood-of-the-car maps or those accessed courtesy of the internet – but they often end up irresistibly fascinating me. I’m talking about dots denoting localities around New Hampshire I’ve never before noticed. From the moment they first grabbed my attention, these venues wind up being practically magnetic to me, insisting I make the effort to discover what they’re all about.

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