Visiting New Hampshire. A week in the Lakes Region of the Granite State. View from our cottage window. Green Acres Farm in Tilton, specializing in maple syrup, candies and other products made on site with sap tapped from their own trees. Cemetary bordered by a stone wall. One of many in the area. A local home decorated for Halloween. An old mill site in Franklin. Mill wheel replica. A walk along the river trail in Franklin. The bridge used by Intetnational Paper in the 19th century to supply the paper mill in Franklin. Resting by a lake in Ahern State Park in Laconia. Taking a rest on the trail up Mount Major in the Belknap Mountains. The view from the top. A drive to the Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, location of the monetary conference in 1944, where the International Monetary Foundation as well as new international banking rules were established in July of 1944. The Gold Room, where the historic agreement was signed. Monetary conference delegates. Henry Morganthau, Jr., FDR’s Secretary of the Treasury, a delegate from USA to the conference. Henry Morganthau, Jr., left, speaking with UK conference delegate John Maynard Keynes. On the hotel veranda. Diana’s Bath waterfalls. Cathedral Ledge in the White Mountains. Swift River Bridge. Saco River Bridge. No, that’s not fire on the hillside, it’s a blaze of fall color in the sunlight. Brilliant fall color on the shore of the local system of lakes. Our cottage in Tilton, the perfect headquarters for day hikes and leaf-peeping drives through the local countryside.