Kelsie Collins

Recent Posts

Aug 17

A Local Secret: Scenic Drives Without The Crowds This Fall

New Hampshire is known for many things including maple syrup, award winning breweries, beautifully groomed ski mountains, gorgeous lupine fields, and breathtaking foliage in the fall. Throughout the year, the White Mountains and Great North Woods...

Aug 10

Chutters' guide to Chocolate Truffles

In Littleton, NH, there is a wonderful place called “Chutters Candy Counter” that is known for having the longest candy counter in the world. In addition to the dozens of candy options, Chutters also sells homemade fudge, chocolate, and truffles....

Aug 08

11 Things to Know About Gummy Bears

Over the past century, gummy bears have been an international favorite! Fans of the gummy bear have made 26 pound versions, clothing, art, and food recipes around around this gelatin confection. The gummy bear is only four years away from its...

Aug 08

Be Glad! Littleton Connects with Sister "Be Happy" Town in Germany

Pictured Left: Downtown Littleton from the Ammonoosuc River

Littleton, as you may know by now, is a little town in New Hampshire’s White Mountains along the Ammonoosuc River that’s known as the “Be Glad” town in honor of Littleton native and...

Aug 06

Did You Know? British Colonists Used Maple as A Sugar Substitute

Maple syrup, the original New England candy, is the product of sap from the region’s maple tree. Throughout the year, locals harvest maple sap and turn it into all kinds of delicious treats. Syrup is created by filtering the sap and boiling it...

Jul 05

Here's How You Can Cool Off This Summer in Littleton

The temperatures are climbing in to the 90s as we reach July! The height of summer means more time spent by the water and not spent in the house melting away. A little known fact by visitors is that Littleton is a great place to stay for a fun...