There are unusual items in the collection at the American Police Motorcycle Museum which opened four years ago in Meredith. The museum, in the building that formerly served as the Burlwood Antique Center, has a pictorial timeline of police motorcycles, from 1902 to the present, as well as 71 original or rebuilt motorcycles, with all but three of them in working condition.
Before it was a popular ski area and summer fun destination, Gunstock was one of many wooded, mountainous areas in the Lakes Region. Like other villages in New England, Gilford was farm country. Everyone in Gilford knew the neighbors, and many of the residents who gathered at church services and suppers, parades, and other social events were farming families. That changed in a big way with the advent of skiing.
Where can you enjoy the beauty of late summer/early autumn in the Lakes Region with the added bonus of great, toe-tapping music and socializing with homebrew aficionados?