Scheduling in a little fun in NH

Just a short 4.5 hour drive (maybe longer with kids/ border) are some pretty gorgeous beaches along the NH/MA coastline. We've been coming here for years now and I don't think we will stop. Normally we rent homes within walking distance of the beach, but this time, for the first time, we camped (Salisbury MA state reservation park). It's definitely not as relaxing as renting a place but it is way less expensive and we booked only a week in advance! We were a few minute walk from the beach which for some reason this year was warmer and more blue. I did not edit this photo. The water was so clear and blue.

Lots of our family joined us because we were all invited to my aunt & uncle's barn party. It was about an hour from where we were, just outside of Boston.  It was a lot of fun and it was the reason we came down here in the first place!

Our usual little setup. In front of one of my favourite "little" beach houses on Seabrook Beach.  I really wanted to skim board but the waves were non existent this time. I also chickened out a bit. I will do it when we go to Nova Scotia. I will.

She may be almost 4 and 1/2 but she's definitely a baby face. I. Adore. Her.

I am obsessed with this Roxy swimsuit. It covers her little body so well; and between that and the hat, she's protected from the sun. Similar here.

This picture cracks me up. Usually everyone says my kids look like me; but here they definitely all look like Greg, LOL.

You can view my other post about our last NH Beach vacation here! The pictures are so much better!!!

Happy Canada day, by the way :)


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