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It's been about 10 years since I last visited my aunt Heather and uncle Roger in Cape May. I arrived just before the start of the tourist season, so it was nice and quiet (but a little chillier than any of us liked!). We started out the day at George's for some amazing breakfast (french toast with lemon greek yogurt? Yes, please!) and meandered through the shops on Washington Street.
On the walk along the boardwalk we stopped by the new ...
... 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 ...
This was a fantastic place! This campground was right next to the Indian River Inlet. Next to the campground was the Indian River Bridge. This is one of the most beautiful bridges I have ever seen. Ever day we used to walk to the beach which was just a short walk from our camp site. We explored this area for two weeks. ...
... find time to perform some maintenance on the RV, removing some items that we find we haven't needed and gathering a few missed items packed in Marks’ attic - like warm hats and gloves!
Our next stop is visiting Casey’s Sister Robin and her husband Phillip in Virginia!
Jim & ...
... near the town of Lewes, Delaware. There are two lighthouses: the Harbor of Refuge Light (White) and the Delaware Breakwater East End Light (Red).
There was another lighthouse at Cape Henlopen which pre-dated both of these (completed in 1767 and first lit in 1769), but in the early 1900s it fell into the Atlantic after the ...