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... mouth of Delaware Bay from the possibility of Nazi naval attack. Fort Miles and the observation towers were abandoned by the Army in the early 1960s, but there have been some efforts to preserve these structures. Built to only last 20 years, they've been standing for over 60 years now. ....guess they don't build things like they use to!
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 ...
... br> Fort Miles, with its multiple anti-shipping artillery batteries were completed prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the fort saw no action during the war. Multiple observation towers still remain along the coast.
The idea behind the multiple observation towers was not just to watch for enemy vessels, ...
... the standard eastern US beach side model of boardwalk with the ocean front on one side and some fancy hotels and a few restaurants on the other. The Atlantic Ocean seems to suffer in comparison to the Pacific as whilst the beach looked serviceable it was unimpressive and the food options for both dinner and breakfast were limited.
Shirley, Flo and Rick met at a Cracker Barrel near where the Dewitts were staying for breakfast. I stayed back at the rig trying to get rid of a cold that had snuck up on me. They then walked along the beach and the boardwalk.
Early that afternoon, ...