Whether you’re a lifelong Granite Stater or a transplant just settling in, chances are, you’ve probably encountered a moment like this…
You’re driving along some stretch of I-93, or meandering through a trail in the White Mountains, or strolling through one of the hundreds of small towns scattered throughout the state, and you’ve noticed something that made you wonder: What’s up with that?
Maybe it’s been as simple as stopping to consider, “How did that statue get there, and what did that person do to deserve a statue in the first place?”
Or, “Why the heck do New Hampshire drivers seem to have so many vanity plates?” Or maybe it’s something a little more complicated — like, “How can the state afford to build so many liquor stores?”
No matter what you’re wondering, we want to know: What questions do you have about the quirks that make the Granite State, well, the Granite State? Send us yours, and we might be able to track down an answer.
Large or small, silly or serious — all questions are welcome. And, chances are, yours could end up sparking a pretty interesting follow-up investigation. Sometimes the best stories are hiding in plain sight.
So, let's get started! Share your questions below...
(If you need some inspiration, scroll down to the bottom of this page to see a sampling of the questions your neighbors around the state have already submitted.)
Some submissions have been edited lightly for clarity.