Travel on the Side


I set my alarm for 4:00am. I was not going to miss this sunrise. Drove from Manchester, New Hampshire to the seacoast at Hampton Beach. The usual raucous crowds were gone. Just a few souls here and there walking their dog. So I staked out a spot along the seawall and the sun popped up right before me…a beautiful sight! After that, I drove up New Hampshire Route 1A. I stopped at… Read More

At 18 miles, New Hampshire has the shortest ocean coastline of any U.S. state. However, that 18 miles is beautiful and easy to explore. I started my morning in Hampton Beach, a fun town to spend at the beach. The waves were a little larger today due to a disturbance out in the ocean. After that, I headed north on New Hampshire Route 1A, stopped by Rye, and then headed to Odiorne… Read More

Summer is coming to a close with the Labor Day weekend approaching. We opted to spend Friday along the New Hampshire seacoast – at 18 miles, it’s the shortest in the country. First, we drove to Hampton Beach for a little swimming and sun tanning. It’s a busy beach town filled with tourists. A little crowded, but still relaxing. After that, we drove north on New Hampshire Route 1A which hugs the… Read More