The New England Ski Museum, in Franconia, N.H., in the appropriate time of the year. That's Cannon Mountain behind it.
The Cannon Mountain Ski Area is state-owned and has nine lifts servicing 165 acres of skiing (158 with snowmaking). In the 1930s, the New Deal's Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) cut six ski trails, some later incorporated into the Cannon Mountain Ski Area. The CCC and the Works Progress Administration (WPA) completed many attractive and useful public works during the Great Depression that are still with us.
The New England Ski Museum is a wonderful place, rich with history. To read about it,
An exhibit in the museum celebrating a local hero.