Sue wanted to catch the late afternoon sun dropping behind the trees down at Plum Island outside of Newburyport, MA. We left the house around 2:00pm and did a short stop in Exeter before continuing South.
From the front gate of the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge out to the far tip of the island is a 7 mile drive, about the last quarter of which is a rough, gravel road.
We were out on the beach a little after 4:00pm, hoping that as the afternoon wore on that the intermittent cloud cover would dissipate enough for some good pictures.
I walked for awhile, but had this book on trading that I really needed to get through so I parked it on one of the benches while Sue wandered down the beach with her camera. By the time she got back about an hour later, I had just finished my reading and the sun had finally broken through.
We took a very slow drive back out the road, stopping a number of times along the way for Sue to jump out of the car to take a picture.
By the time we got back to the Dover area it was around dinner time, so we stopped off at Momma D's Italian Restaurant in Newington, NH for a quick dinner and glass of wine.