The state animal for Maine is the moose. Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife estimates there are about 76,000 around the state. This is highest population of moose per state in the US outside of Alaska. In Maine, visitors can go on moose watching tours, with a registered moose guides by foot or canoe. https://bit.ly/2lH30mp
Somerville in Massachusetts is the birthplace of Fluff, an American favourite and it’s usually eaten with peanut butter. Every September in Somerville, visitors can join the What the Fluff festival. Find music, cooking contests, fluff themed activities and more http://www.flufffestival.com/
Ossipee in New Hampshire claims to be the home of the first snowmobile. When in New Hampshire visitors can rent snowmobiles and enjoy the Bear Notch snowmobile trail system – a 50-mile closed loop trail with views of Mount Washington and Mount Chocorua along the way. 2 double snowmobiles for 2 hours cost from $190. https://www.visitnh.gov/things-to-do/recreation/snowmobiling
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