Essex and Sussex
Travel Blogs from Spring Lake
... a-potty. We were thrilled because (without going into too much detail) we haven't been able to dump our holding tanks in a long while and, erm, the bathroom is no longer usable until we dump.
The temperature today was in the low 90s which is horrific anyway but it’s downright lousy when you work outside during the day and work inside of an un-air-conditioned tent the rest of the day. Our generator truck has been stalling out in ...
... Pat made the kids the heroes as he spun a plate on each of their fingers and got a mom to come up front and hold four spinning plates at the same time. J.P. & Beth did their shtick and then the rest of the time was simply spent hanging out with the kids, taking photos with them and handing out flyers to all of the parents who showed up.
Lunch was at the Peterpank Diner (Pat told us that it was originally the Peter Pan Diner, but Disney ...
... to The Atlantic Highlands where we will of course see the sea after 2 month but also catch the boat up the River Hudson into Manhattan. The plan then is to spend the afternoon cycling around New York City to catch some sights before resting at Jazz On The Park for the next two nights. Wow, it is almost all too much!
Miles Cycled: 60 for the last long day of cycling
Number of Times beeped at sworn at: once and Polly wanted to rip their heads ...
... where the men and women were split for discussion. We discussed Shadrach, Meshach,and Abednego. Harold, of course, was in my group. Talking about the Bible is a different experience when a doctorate in political science speaks from his perspective :)
The sermon was wonderful, too--all about the need for clarity and understanding of worship. Worship and preaching is expected to be understood and applicable--not lofty and inaccessible. Mom especially soaked that message up--it ...
... of the continent and more than just game parks. More intrepid travelers should definitely give some consideration to going independently. I have long viewed West Africa as one of those places where group travel is the best way to go because of my perceptions of safety risks, official corruption, and the logistical difficulties of travel and crossing borders. However, I met numerous travelers along the way doing routes similar to mine independently. Having seen ...
Other places to stay in Spring Lake
500 Warren Ave., Spring Lake | 3 star hotelfrom $272
200 Monmouth Ave., Spring Lake | 3 star hotelfrom $113
1507 Ocean Ave, Spring Lake | 3 star hotelfrom $100
700 Rte. 71, Spring Lake | Hotelfrom $75
412 Ocean Road, Spring Lake | Hotelfrom $80