Inn of Cape May
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... only three hours, before driving north to Maryland.
We had booked into an RV park in Maryland, about forty five minutes drive from Washington DC. This park provided a shuttle into the capital every morning in at 9am with a funny old fuddy duddy named Tom, and a pickup from the capital at 5pm with a personality-less old scrooge named Mike. We did this on Thursday and just walked, wand walked, and walked, and walked. We took snaps of the ...
... close for his comfort. 400 ft must not have been far enough away, lol. His anchor dragged during the storm and he nearly drifted right into the breakwater forcing his crew to scurry on deck with flashlights while they reanchored.
After the excitement, we headed to bed to get in one last nights sleep before heading out to sea before the crack of dawn. ...
... My pictures are all from Lewes, where I stopped for a few hours in the late afternoon on the way from Dover, rather than Rehoboth. Lewes is a historic coastal town on the Delaware Bay side of Cape Henlopen, the Cape that faces Cape May, NJ on the other side of the entrance to Delaware Bay. Maybe it’s because the waves aren’t as big at the beaches on the bay or something, but Lewes doesn’t have the crowds of the Atlantic beach ...
... way of life for many living on their home on water.
Ocean City too is famous for its miles of boardwalk and stores lining the boardwalk on Oceanside Smoking has been banned on the boardwalk as out of 11 fires, 8 were caused by smokers!!.' Selling everything from live hermit crabs in a variety of bright colours with their painted shells, climbing walls for the young, and many choices ...
10'x15'... the past 5 years, 2 bedrooms and 4 floors of our home is now crammed into a one cinder-block cell, the mail has been stopped (doubt I'll miss it) and tenants who will be kindly paying our mortgage for the next 12months are now moved in and we're officially "homeless".
Bethany Beach is where we'll be calling home for the next few weeks, until we jump out on the road at the end of July.
I could think of worse places to lay-low for awhile.