Homeless Living in N.H. Campgrounds New Hampshire Public Radio's Dan Gornstein introduces us to Pat Murphy and her two kids. The homeless family has found temporary sanctuary in a New Hampshire campground. Camping is increasingly popular with people who have nowhere to live. But with the start of fall, many campgrounds are closing down.
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Homeless Living in N.H. Campgrounds

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Homeless Living in N.H. Campgrounds

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New Hampshire Public Radio's Dan Gornstein introduces us to Pat Murphy and her two kids. The homeless family has found temporary sanctuary in a New Hampshire campground. Camping is increasingly popular with people who have nowhere to live. But with the start of fall, many campgrounds are closing down.