Howard Johnson Atlantic City/Egg Harbor Township
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... forward to getting equipment set up. Now that the rolling stage and trusses had taken so long to get into place that now every other department (Audio, Lighting, Back Line, etc.) were running over themselves trying to get set up with no time to kill. After we finally got set up, I headed out to my camera to get it dialed in. No sooner than I had that set up, our doors were opening to let ...
... lunch was over we needed to get them out. We headed out for a walk on the boardwalk but soon the sun was out and we headed back to grab our beach stuff! You can see from our pictures that it was cloudy and foggy but we still had a great time. The water however was freezing! The lifeguards said it was 59! The kids still ...
Yesterday was only a 3 hr drive which was so easy after it long ones! We stopped twice to kill some time, once at the Purple Penguin roadside food stand for Russ to get a Philly cheesesteak and second time for beer. The Purple Penguin had an awesome old school metal playground ...
Today was an exciting day! We began by driving to Brick Town, New Jersey where Tommy was born and lived until his family moved to South Carolina when he was two. The home on Kettle Creek Drive was built by his father and grandfather right on the waterway. We stopped at the home and Tommy asked the owner if we could walk out back to look at the dock and boats. The home was neat with its cedar shake siding, but the owner really ...
... which is a beautiful area and holds childhood memories for LH. The next day we drove up to our last beach, Atlantic City, New Jersey via the ferry. Here we relaxed on the beach, walked up and down the boardwalk and had a lovely meal before we departed to make our way to Philidelphia. 4 states in 4 days....is that normal? Good bye beaches. ...