7/10/2021- lots of new pavement over the last few years. 107 starts poorly in Seabrook at Route 1. It is fairly good a few miles later between NH 150 and 125. For awhile, it is coincident with 125, which isn't great. It leaves 125 in Kingston, and is OK again through Kingston, Fremont, and Raymond. Benson's Cafe in Fremont isn't a bad stop for a cup of coffee or breakfast if you go by it at the right time. In Raymond it goes left at a good Irving station locals often use for meetup. Shortly after, you pass the Tuckaway Tavern on the left. Many people love this place, but it is subjective- I don't. After that, 107 gradually gets better until you hit Route 4 in Northwood, where it turns left to be coincident with 4 for awhile. I always go straight- it's better riding on the unnumbered local road- and you can pick up 107 again in the center of Pittsfield. After Pittsfield, I usually go north on 28 towards Alton so I'm less familiar with 107 north of this, as I recall it's pretty good till you get close to Laconia.
How were the road conditions at the time you RECENTLY rode?