NH fishing camp site becomes family's Seacoast retreat

It was the deep-water dock that first attracted the couple to their new home on the New Hampshire seacoast. The husband, “a fisherman through and through,” says his wife, spotted the for-sale sign a few years ago while cruising the waters of Little Bay — where three rivers converge and flow to the Atlantic Ocean.

Wanting to downsize from their large Georgian-style house nearby, in which they had lived happily for more than 30 years, the couple envisioned building a simpler home with the bay as their backyard.


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