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Kids to Parks Day, Lake Solitude NH Hike & Scavenger Hun

 
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PostPosted: Sun May 29, 2016 12:56 pm    Post subject: Kids to Parks Day, Lake Solitude NH Hike & Scavenger Hun  Reply with quote

Kids to Parks Day 2016, Lake Solitude Hike & Scavenger Hunt

We had a great Kids to Parks Day! KTP Day is a nation-wide day of outdoor play organized by the National Park Trust (NPT) in cooperation with a host of local and national collaborators. Our group of 16 (9 adults, 7 kids) enjoyed a scavenger hunt as they hiked to Lake Solitude, located in Sunapee NH. Everyone had a great time!

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