10 Things You Totally Remember If You Lived in New Hampshire In the 1980’s
Editor's note: This article was written by a Townsquare Media Northern New England radio personality and may contain the individual's views, opinions or personal experiences.
If you grew up in NH in the 80's there's no way you didn't know who Al Kaprelien was. If you didn't grow up here, you missed out on the best weatherman around. He was on our TV every night doing cartwheels and talking about High Pressure!
In this article, you'll remember Happy Wheels in Newington, ride down Route 1 in Portsmouth and cruise Hampton Beach.
You might think that I forgot to mention the Pamela Smart trial, but that actually happened in 1991, not the 80's.
Enjoy! If I forgot any, please let me know!
10 Things You Totally Remember If You Lived in New Hampshire In the 1980's
If you lived here in New Hampshire in the 1980's, there's no way that you didn't know about these events, people and places. They were part of our lives and some, still are. Sadly a few are no longer with us, but enjoy this list. I know I enjoyed remembering all these things from back in the day.
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