Saturday, October 22, 2016

Rushing Through New Hampshire And Maine

Two days after Pittsburgh, we were in the Hamptons (September 27th), on the New Hampshire coast, a place we enjoyed visiting when we lived in Boston in 1970-71. Somewhere further up, in Maine, a look at the Foliage Network convinced us that we needed to get to Nova Scotia in a hurry, saving Maine and the rest of New Hampshire for the flip side of the trip. (We'd visited Maine and New Brunswick in 1970, on our first cross country road trip). But we did stop for a few quick pix on the way.
So how closed up is it on the New Hampshire beaches in October?

Mile upon mile of rocky coast

Famous often-photographed lighthouse probably in Maine whose
name presently eludes me

The Bush family compound in Kennebunkport, we thought

Or maybe it was just another gated community

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