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George Reich

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Porcupine Picnic at the Ocean
« on: May 24, 2004, 09:31:37 am »

Come one, come all! Mark your calendar for June 19th and join the Seacoast Porcupines group for a lunchtime picnic at the ocean. The event will be held at Odiorne Point State Park in Rye, NH at 12 noon. We will be having our regular monthly meeting there while watching the big ships coming in and out of Portsmouth Harbor. Bring a picnic lunch, come meet your Seacoast porcupine neighbors, and find out what this very active group is planning next!  :D
Odiorne Point State Park is one of New Hampshire’s gems. Odiorne Point offers beautiful views of the ocean and beaches; the Isles of Shoals can be seen far out in the Atlantic. An extensive network of trails leads through the woods to the rocky and sandy beaches along the ocean and the harbor. The Seacoast Science Center, which is located in the park, has exhibits relating to the natural and human history of Odiorne and the Seacoast area. For those brave enough to take a swim after the meeting, Wallis Sands State Beach is only 1 mile south on Route 1A.  ;D

Directions: Take Interstate 95, US Route 4, or the Spaudling Turnpike to the Portsmouth traffic circle. From there, drive 2 miles south on US Route 1 to Elwyn Road on the left. Just before Elwyn road, a sign will say “To Beaches”. An Exxon station is on the corner. Take a left onto Elwyn road and proceed 1.4 miles to Foyes corner and the stop sign. After stopping, go straight through, crossing Sagamore Road, onto Pioneer Road (Route 1A). Proceed 1.8 miles on Pioneer Road (which becomes Ocean Road) to the Odiorne State Park main entrance on the left. There is a $3 per-visitor fee; children under 12 are free. Ask the person at the gate for the “Free State Project” group and they will direct you to our picnic. We hope to see you all there!  8)
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