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TOWN WEBSITES

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send your photos to mcdude at verizon . net
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Hills Pond in the Fall

LOCAL LINKS

Sun River Campground

Suncook River Canoe & Kayak

LANDSCAPING and GARDENING

Merrymeeting Daylilies

Cameron's - Farmington

Sunflower Gardens - Alton

Spider Web Gardens

June 21, 2005 - The First Day of Summer- Welcome Web Page Visitors:

This web page was first launched in April of 2003 and covered only Hills Pond and  Sunset. Lake. In June of 2005 the page was expanded and renamed BELKNAP LAKES in order to include all of the lakes that make up the  headwaters of the Suncook Watershed. During the summer of 2005 all of these pages will migrate to http://www.belknaplakes.com and will be hosted on a new server. June 29, 2005Great News! http://www.belknaplakes.com was launched on June 27, 2005! Many thanks for the technical expertise lent by DRH to make it all happen. Enjoy the Lakes! McD

Aug. 11, 2005
As of today, the site has had 961 hits! Of course, Recent photo contibutions from Cindy and from Becky at Halfmoon Lake and contributions from Dean and George & Diana at Crystal Lake.   1,005 hits as of 8:11 0n August 15, 2005 !!!!

ENVIRONMENTAL LINKS

FAVORITES

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Many thanks to Sunset Bob, Dave Roberts (dcr), JG1222, RLW, Bill Hemmill, RattlesnakeGal and Sue at Crystal Acres for their photo contributions.

I would very much like these pages to be used by all residents and visitors of our beautiful lakes and ponds. Please send me your digital or scanned photos and they will be uploaded. Please sign into the guestbook and say hello or express your opinions. Post messages or even your own photos on the interactive blogs! 

 ALL SUGGESTIONS and COMMENTS ARE WELCOME!!

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Hills Pond in the Fall

The Belknap Lakes are located high in the Belknap Mountains and are the headwaters of the Suncook River Watershed.

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Yours Truly, Webmaster McDude
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