I tried to get up early Saturday morning but having been sick most of the week I was really just beat. Didn't make it up until well after 9:00am so late start to programming. Around 3:30pm, Sue and I headed out to drive down Rt. 1 to Odiorne Point State Park for a walk and some picture taking.
Actually, the idea was to get positioned somewhere - wherever Sue felt we should be - just before sunset which was at 5:28pm. She just wasn't feeling it there, so after a brisk walk around the Seacoast Science Center there, we jumped in the car and headed for Rye Harbor.
We walked through the park and down onto the rocky shore but again, there just wasn't the shot. So, I climbed up onto the breakwater and said I'd be up for navigating the boulders out to the end where there is a harbor entrance light fixture. That was some pretty difficult walking and we only made it about two-thirds of the way out when I just said I didn't want to push it any further. On the walk back, however, Sue got a great shot of Rye Harbor just as the sun was setting in the distance.
That was the shot of the day, as far as I was concerned and suggested that maybe we should celebrate with dinner and a glass of wine somewhere. Sue suggested we head over to Renaldo's in North Hampton and we were quick to it, arriving there around 5:45 just ahead of the busy time. So much food, though! We did finish the wine, but ended up with enough for 2 full meals (4 servings!) of left overs. Before heading off to an early bed, we watched what I felt was a not so enjoyable movie, The Constant Gardner. Sorry, when I watch a movie I want to be entertained; not preached at or shown all the horrors of 'real life'.