Life, in New Hampshire
NH Olympic category!

NH Olympic category!

Pink Lady Slipper- New Hampshire’s state wild flower.

Pink Lady Slipper- New Hampshire’s state wild flower.

Majestic and beautiful scenic views in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

can these pugs get any closer? #pug #puppylove #snuggle #icantbreathe #closeenough #love

can these pugs get any closer? #pug #puppylove #snuggle #icantbreathe #closeenough #love

Franconia Notch, NH - Veteran’s Memorial

Franconia Notch, NH - Veteran’s Memorial

Hook me up..

Hook me up..

Lakeside views

Lakeside views

“Sleepy Classic” By Jim Block Photo

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The 488 acres of the Madame Sherri Forest was generously donated for conservation to the Society for the Preservation of New Hampshire Forests by Anne Stokes. The forest is named for the eccentric Madame Antoinette Sherri. Madame Sherri, who had worked as a costume designer for the Zigfield Follies in the 1920s, had built her country “Castle” in the woods of Chesterfield. She became famous (or infamous) for the parties she threw for visitors from the city and was said to have driven about the town during the summer wearing a fur coat and nothing else. Madame Sherri died in 1965 at the age of 84 but for many years prior the castle had fallen to neglect and vandalism. On October 18, 1962 it was destroyed by fire. The foundation, chimneys and a grand stone staircase from the once magnificent house can be seen adjacent to the Madame Sherri Forest on a side trail close to the entrance.

The 488 acres of the Madame Sherri Forest was generously donated for conservation to the Society for the Preservation of New Hampshire Forests by Anne Stokes. The forest is named for the eccentric Madame Antoinette Sherri. Madame Sherri, who had worked as a costume designer for the Zigfield Follies in the 1920s, had built her country “Castle” in the woods of Chesterfield. She became famous (or infamous) for the parties she threw for visitors from the city and was said to have driven about the town during the summer wearing a fur coat and nothing else. Madame Sherri died in 1965 at the age of 84 but for many years prior the castle had fallen to neglect and vandalism. On October 18, 1962 it was destroyed by fire. The foundation, chimneys and a grand stone staircase from the once magnificent house can be seen adjacent to the Madame Sherri Forest on a side trail close to the entrance.

Scenic back road, New Hampshire

Scenic back road, New Hampshire

The White Mountains become beautiful with all the new greenery after spring rains!

The White Mountains become beautiful with all the new greenery after spring rains!