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20131001_scav8

20131001_scav8

8. This might be an empty storefront right now, but when it was full, it was full of letters just like this one. They say that on moonlit nights, you can still read some of the letters. . . 0

October 1, 2013
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20131001_scav7

7. You can find this letter 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We’re sure you’ve seen this location, even if you’re living in a cave – in fact, especially then! 0

October 1, 2013
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20131001_scav6

6. Do you have a sense of community? Then you’ll have no problem locating this granite letter. Watch out for wildlife nearby, as this area is swarming with lynx. 0

October 1, 2013
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20131001_scav5

5. You may need a friend to help you spot this one. Cooperation is the real key here. 0

October 1, 2013
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20131001_scav4

4. Walk down Storrs Street and keep your eyes on the skies and you’ll “C” this letter (get it?) 0

October 1, 2013
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20131001_scav3

3. “E” is the most commonly used letter in the English language, so this one specific “E” shouldn’t be too hard to find, right? 0

October 1, 2013
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20131001_scav2

2. Quit toying with us, readers – you know exactly where this downtown sign is located. (No, it’s not the YMCA – but you’re close!) 0

October 1, 2013
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20131001_scav1

1. As the weather cools down, this business must heat right up! Are you looking for this on Loudon Road? Getting warmer! 0

October 1, 2013

This week in Concord history

Oct. 1, 1976: In an appearance at the New Hampshire Highway Hotel in Concord, Ronald Reagan tells 700 Republicans that Gov. Mel Thomson must be reelected. Thomson, he says, is a “politician of national stature.” Oct. 1, 2000: A Monitor poll finds George W. Bush slightly ahead of Al Gore in New Hampshire. The state’s four electoral votes will be essential to… 0

October 1, 2013