Sunday, October 2, 2011


The Larsens at the ocean...

Well, we just got back from a delightful extended weekend stay at the relatively new seaside town called Seabrook. It was a wonderful experience, and we can't wait to go back again. The town was built in 2004 and was designed to be like a town you'd find in our early Americana days, meaning, the town is built so that everything is within walking distance. The houses, which are gorgeous and a variety of architectural designs, are built around a town center, which has a small market, a restaurant, a couple small shops, and some public areas where you can have a wedding, a party, a picnic or just hang out. They built cute little alley ways throughout the property, or you can go direct via the streets. The sidewalks are lined with oyster shells that give off their purple and white glimmer, cute little street lamps light your way at night, and you are minutes away from the magnificent ocean.

The house we stayed in with my in-laws was a three-bedroom, two-story, cedar sided house that was as cute inside as it was outside. Two of the bedrooms had king-sized beds and every bedroom had its own full bathroom, in addition to the 1/2 bath right off the entrance. A hot tub in the backyard, and two bikes to ride on the front porch made for some fun times. It was relaxing, invigorating and thoroughly enjoyable. Best of all, Seabrook has houses of all sizes, from 400 sq. ft. cabins, to several thousand square foot mansions for rent.

I'm posting some of the pics from our trip.

This is the house we stayed at - I love that all the houses had a cute.

Micah riding one of the bikes.

The house we stayed at...Pelican Perch.

Nathan riding one of the bikes outside the house.

Some of the Adirondack chairs outside our house.

My family - in-laws (Ray and Shirley, me, Andy and the boys)

There was a wedding while we were there, and when it was over, the bride, groom and the entire wedding party went riding up and down the hills outside our house and all throughout the community. Caught a couple great pictures - here comes the BRIDE

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