Mark Haywards City Matters: Opening up a campground, cautiously
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It took some subterfuge, and we had to drive miles outside the city.
But we found our quarry squirreled away in a New Boston campground.
Three people talked to us. Like most who spend a lot of time outside, they were healthy and happy. But their home turf is Massachusetts, so undoubtedly they were poised to cough all over the Granite State and infect us with COVID-19.
But they will remain. On Friday, Gov. Chris Sununu said campgrounds can open to New Hampshire residents only. But in the fine print, he said campground members — meaning people who have anchored their summers in New Hampshire campgrounds with more-or-less permanent travel trailers — can stay.