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And, then a real good bookstore in Camden, Maine.
Both from a trip last September.
(When in Portsmouth, we'd eat at the Gas Light, but that was usually pizza.)
My parents would cook baked beans in a big beanpot on the wood stove. Mmmmm.
You have no idea how excited I am to be getting back up there. I miss it.
I vaguely remember a used book store in Shelburne Falls and a New Age one also. (7 years ago?)
Isn't that where there is a Bridge of flowers, and old single track trolley line, that isn't wide enough to turn into a road, but instead a floral carpet?
Also, a historic trolley ride a half mile away.
might be worth a drive out to Montague from Shelburne Falls...
The used bookstore is Nancy L. Dole Books & Ephemera, 32 Bridge St -- 2nd floor (no website).
I'll be in Portsmouth, NH, in July for a meeting and need lodging for two nights. Can anyone suggest clean, reasonably priced accommodations in Portsmouth? Hotel, motel, B & B, whatever?
#6&7&11 The new-age store could also be Wandering Moon at 59 Bridge Street (no website).
Of course this aspect was a bit more appealing when they were at their larger location on Dansforth...
The Book Warehouse in North Conway is a good place for remainders. They're in the big factory outlet center on Route 16. There used to be another one of the same chain in Tilton, but I think that one shut down.
There are supposed to be two good used book stores 10-15 mi. west of Concord: one in Henniker and another in neighboring Bradford. But when I went looking for them last year, I couldn't find them. Anybody know exactly where they are or if they still exist?
There's a pretty decent new and used book store in Nashua called the Book Cellar. They have a much larger inventory of used books than they have room for in their present retail location. It pays to search their online catalog and arrange to have the books that interest you delivered to the bricks-and-mortar site before you go: http://www.bookcellaronline.com/
I used to frequent a nice mid-sized used-book shop called Baldface Books on Central Ave. in Dover but I haven't been for several years.
There's a pretty big used-book place in Northwood on Route 4, just east of the Epsom town line. Good selection, but rather pricey.
Wolfeboro. Eyes of the Owl on Glendon Street.
Gilford: Availing Books, 1934 Lakeshore Drive. says it's a multi-dealer bookshop within Bertha Mae's Emporium (junction of Route 11 and 11B)
If you need more information, leave a note on my profile. I have the NH Antiquarian Booksellers Assoc brochure (picked it up today to send to some LT friends) and can give you phone #s or what have you.
I think I tried to see if they had spread to Long Island, and they haven't.
I love their bumper stickers:
"Books You Don't Need In a Place You Can't Find"
btw, I did discover that GotBooks is a cleverly marketed for-profit institution, not a non-profit as I thought.