I took a quick look offshore this morning and there were small groups of phalaropes everywhere I looked. As a sample, in one 20-minute period I counted 83 individuals.
Most of the phalaropes were too distant for good photographs, but a few flocks ventured close enough to shore for documentation:
Remarkably, I took some nicer photographs of this species at Doran Beach on exactly this date last year. You can see those photographs and learn a little more about Red Phalaropes in this post from 7 December 2012.
Late in the day I went out again. I had to brace myself against the wind, but it was worth it to see the ocean like this:
(That's a northwest wind blowing at about 20 mph, with gusts above 30 mph.)