Chris Hecox

Carpinterian Chris Hecox took a trip to visit her son Jeff in his adopted New Hampshire home, where she got to – in her words – see colorful fall foliage, taste lobster rolls in Portsmouth, and visit historic sights. 

Carpinterian Chris Hecox took a trip to visit her son Jeff in his adopted New Hampshire home, where she got to – in her words – see colorful fall foliage, taste lobster rolls in Portsmouth, and visit historic sights. 

Hecox said one of the highlights of her trip was when she took a copy of CVN to the top of Mt. Washington on a train – all the way to the tippy-top at 6,288 feet high. 

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