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Living in Derry, New Hampshire:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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Moving to Derry, one will find it to be a fairly quiet place during the day but filled with lively folk at night. The town itself is not too shabby as the roads are paved, public services well funded and has a High School the size of a small university. There are also many activities to partake once you move, for example, going skiing/sledding on the white winter days, climbing the mountains with a sublime Autumn breeze and, heading down to the old Galleon beach for those sinister summers. This is all to be expected when moving to Derry along with more experiences to be acquired.

Christopher, says: 2020

The area in which I live is very close to the Massachusetts border and we are about one hour outside Boston. There are many beautiful walking trails and parks to visit and enjoy.

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