John F. Craig House
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... the wind blowing, there was an added chill to the air. It was an "refreshing" hike!
With the clear skies you could see all along the coastline - New Jersey was clearly visible across Delaware Bay, Rehoboth Beach down (south) the coast, and north back up to the Point.
One of the most interesting aspects of ...
Our journey heading south and visiting family brings us next to my brother Mark, who has a wonderful home near Milton, Delaware. Mark has graciously allowed us to make his home our legal residence while we pursue our vagabond existence and enjoy our RV Sabbatical. With this visit, we get to spend some quality time with him ...
... Ferry which connects Lewes, Delaware to Cape May, New Jersey across the 17-mile wide Delaware Bay.
During WWII, Cape Henlopen served as one of the many defensive positions set-up to protect domestic shipping within Delaware Bay and the Delaware River from enemy fire, particularly from the German surface ...
Drove 120 miles in 4 hours including a lunch stop at Annapolis.
The weekend sunshine had disappeared and was replaced by winter. We stopped en route at Annapolis, Maryland, the home of the US Naval academy and some mighty fine seafood. We ate at the Middleton Tavern, an 18th century Georgian ...
... out to visit while the ladies stayed in town for some shopping.
That evening, the four of us drove back into town and had dinner at Jake's Restaurant. Shirley had seared scallops and I ordered their signature Maryland crab cake. Both were ...