Gov. Chris Sununu embarked on a second "Super 603 Day" on Thursday, this time focusing on Belknap County.

The 13-hour trip as chronicled on his official Twitter account started with a sunrise hike in the fog of Mt. Major with a group of six people from Belknap County and continued to Heritage Farm Pancake House in Sanbornton.

Sununu stopped by Welch Manufacturing in Laconia, Moulton Farms in Meredith, Rubbin’ Butts BBQ in Center Harbor, went back to Laconia for a stop at Piedmont Print and Frame and then moved on to Gilmonton's Own.

He took a ride on Lake Winnipesaukee with the State Police Marine Patrol before ending up at Stillwells Ice Cream in Alton Bay.

Sununu's first Super 603 Day in May was with a man he said was his cousin from Massachusetts. It was a two-day trip that started at Village Pizza in Rochester and ended with a run into the ocean at Hampton Beach. The trip was also chronicled on the state's travel site, visitnh.gov.

Visit NH on Thursday afternoon did not respond to Seacoast Current's request for more information.

The trip comes as many await a decision from the Republican about whether or not he will challenge incumbent Democrat Maggie Hassan in the 2022 U.S. Senate race.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNH

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