Drifting Sands Oceanfront Motel
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... of the worst hit areas from Hurricane Sandy three years ago and one you may remember from the pictures of the Ferris wheel in the ocean.
We had a great time on the boardwalk, eating seafood, watching people, and seeing all the youngsters (that would be Keith and everybody younger than him) ride the rides that would have caused us to lose the seafood we had just eaten. Everything was rebuilt to where you would never know ...
... that there are about three pizza restaurants for every mile of Route 9 so we had to try one for lunch. We chose Tony's because we've eaten at several Tony's in SC (yes, we know they're not related), and they've always been good. Once again, we were not disappointed. The difference here is that all the pizzerias are BYOB. They told us the beer and wine licenses in New ...
We took Braddock on a five and a half mile walk on the Barnegat Branch Trail in the morning. It's always nice to have a walking/biking trail near the campsites so we can all get some exercise.
After lunch, Mike biked two ...
... far, it looks like the new place, Cedar Creek Campground, is going to be a real treat. A former railroad segment, now a 16-mile rails-to-trails hike/bike trail (Barnegat Branch Trail), is right here and there are kayaking, paddleboarding, and canoeing opportunities, as well.
Had a lovely dinner with Keith, ...
... they don't tell you that the lane you are in is going to run out and you better get your ass over to the next lane. I guess Johnny Reb needs to have a helluva lot of **** spelled out for him!
Everything Pennsylvania didn't have in 1, 2, and 3 above, New Jersey did have. I guess them Joisey boys are freakin' idiots, too!