is that tipping rock 20 feet or higher?, might have to go see that, I live in Dunbarton, my wife grew up in Goffstown
No, it is not, it is bigger than a small child but small enough so that a group of kids could with some effort send it down the ledge, although we did not! I believe it used to belong to the Hambleton family, but then LaMontagne bought a chunk of property at the top of Summer St. where the bend is. The access to the rock is now the driveway/private road (?) that extends to the LEFT at the top of Summer St. I'm asuming that the pair of vicious dogs are long gone! Then the path winds to the right, there used to be a wide expanse of bull pasture there (with a bull, different story!!!) on the far end of that is the ledge with the rock. It's likely the paint is faded, but who knows, someone might have kept up with it.
The boulders in my former back yard which is between Summer St. and High St., however, are appx 20 feet tall, the size of small houses/cottages and good rock, the size of some of the boulders at Pawtuckaway, seems like the same type of rock too.
What decade does your wife claim? I wonder if we knew each other. I had many friends in Dunbarton growing up as well as some who lived over in the area behind the high school up on Wallace Road in the mountain area.
Besides the bouldering, there is decent cycling there too, I would cover 50 miles a day at least between New Boston, Parker Station, Weare, Grassmere, Dunbarton...I had a lot of energy to burn.