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New Hampshire Shores


Thursday, Jul 12, 2007 from Seabrook, New Hampshire

In the entire state of New Hampshire there are only a few miles of shoreline that manage to squeeze between Massachusetts and Maine, and somehow that’s where I have found myself and it couldn’t be any better. Parker (23) was once again another person to find me through U.25 magazine. It’s astonishing to hear from all these peers across the country. Not only is it astonishing to hear from them, but to hear these great words they have to say about what I’m doing. I’m definitely leaning towards doing something after this trip that encourages other peers to follow their dream and what not.

So anyways… I was greeted in Seabrook, NH by Parker, his family, and his friend Sean. They greeted me with some delicious pasta, garlic bread, and my favorite summer time treat… strawberry shortcake. In addition to great food I was greeted with great company, great conversation, and great enthusiasm.

What a perfect night, it couldn’t have been better. It was topped with a good fire on the beach and visiting. With an experience this good in my first few hours of New Hampshire I’m just going to have to say that New Hampshire has got the best shore on the East Coast and possibly some of the best mountains too. Yes, Pete, I’ll be sure to make it to the mountain home as well, it will be perfect.

So for the next couple days I’ll get up in the morning and walk out to the beach. Some people say they have a beach house and it’s on the other side of the street or something, well not here, it’s on the beach. Fantastic.

Blog Date Posted: Jul 12, 2007 | 277 words | comments 2 Comments
Comment by Mom
From Baraga, M

Sounds absolutely perfect!! Take lots of pictures for me! I am envious!

Comment by devon
From Haverhill, MA

It was a pleasure to meet you at my parents home (I am Parker's sister), I am glad you saw my familys beautiful homes and listened to Pete!