Walking Hampton Beach, New Hampshire on a crisp, fall evening at sunset. No crowds and all beauty.
Fall is arguably the most beautiful season in New Hampshire. The leaves provide a visually brilliant backdrop, and combined with moderate temperatures and no bugs, there is no better time to enjoy the outdoors. A must see-and-do item is apple picking. Start the day with a tractor ride to the farthest reaches of the orchid, followed by a leisurely stroll through scenic vistas. Finish with some warm apple cider and then take your little red treasures home to bake. One of my favorites is an apple brownie with cinnamon sugar on top. Yum, Yum!
It’s not where the road leads, but what you find along the way.
Twin waterfalls trickle side by side
A stream divided for a short time
A pool below erases their form
Churning together into a frothy foam
Calmness erupts; they blend into one
Together at last; gift from above
What time erased nature reunites
No longer darkness without a light
Merged together; a beautiful soul
Their path together forever whole