There's a 5-mile hiking trail here; known as the Whiskeag Trail.
Saw these unusual "flower" mushrooms on the trail.
The library's original building was built in 1889, and additions have kept the same architectural style.
Historic homes are plentiful in this town. And kids ride their bikes here without adult supervision.
This home converted to The Cosmopolitan Club is across the street from the library.
There are several old churches; this one's the Winter Street Parish restored for special events. Down the street is another beautiful old church known as the Chocolate Church.
The town rebuilt its 19th Century bandstand in the park near the library. Twice a week in the summer, their local band plays here.
Folks walk here with their lawn chairs to hear two hours of good music and talk with their neighbors.
Every half hour during the band concert, the Trolley passed by and rang its bell.
The next night, folks visited the Riverside Park to hear folk singers.
In contrast to Texas' crowds which hoot, holler and howl loudly with approval, this New England crowd politely clapped quietly.
And, the town's local YMCA has a Jacuzzi and a great indoor pool! Besides a heating bill in the winter, what's not to love about this town, eh?