The day after our hike in the White Mountains, we took a trip with my parents to the New Hampshire seacoast. New Hampshire has the smallest shoreline of any coastal state, only 13 miles. They do their best to pack as much into that 13 miles as they can.
First stop was Hampton Beach, where we strolled along the boardwalk. I had visited Hampton Beach many times when I was kid, but remembered surprisingly little.
Our next stop was Odiorne Point State Park. Another frequent visiting spot when I was younger, the park now sports a small marine science center. We took our time exploring the exhibits, and I experimented with taking long exposures of flowing sea anemones.
Our final stop of the day was to explore the tide pools outside. We didn’t find much, but Nate and I enjoyed jumping from rock to rock and exploring.