Eight Things You’ll Only Understand if You Live in New Hampshire
It's always interesting to hear what newcomers and out-of-staters think about New Hampshire. Often times, their observations are obvious. For instance, a lifelong Floridian will definitely be shocked by our cold temperatures and fairly short summers. Then there are the less "in your face" things, like how we don't legally have to wear seatbelts and don't have a sales tax.
We previously asked what things shocked people after moving to New Hampshire, and the answers ranged from people stopping for pedestrians in crosswalks, to mud season, and everything in between. Then there was the time we dived into the 12 unwritten rules of New Hampshire, as it's important to know the 411 if you're a newbie calling the Granite State home.
Similar to knowing what's up upon arriving in our lovely state, there are new things that out-of-staters come to understand after spending a lot of time here. For instance, you may have been told of our harsh snow and ice storms, but no one truly knows what they're like until experiencing one firsthand.
So, what are some of the many things you'll only understand if you live in New Hampshire? Here are eight examples that locals provided. Do you agree with them?
Eight Things You'll Only Understand if You Live in New Hampshire
On a similar note, here are some of the things that shock people upon moving to New Hampshire. Any of these come as a surprise to you?
12 Things That Shock People After Moving to New Hampshire
Now, let's have a look at some of New Hampshire's unwritten rules. How many of these do you follow?