Sand Pebble Motor Lodge
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... and the dunes are being brought back from their devastation in Hurricane Sandy two years ago. We found various objects on the beach including several different types of sea shell, sand dollars (small echinoderms), and a jaw and beak of a seagull. All taken back by Torrin to add to his 'treasure' collection. I imagine this part of New Jersey is really beautiful in the spring and summer. There is a wealth of woodland and many seabirds, including of course, the wonderful ...
We made it to Manasquan Inlet where we docked for the night at Hoffman’s marina. It was not a memorable stop and we were a hike away from the showers because of the railroad drawbridge behind us. There were a ton of luxury power boat yachts there, including Moon Dancer and YOLO. We ate leftovers and made Dark N’ Stormys courtesy of the Patscos. (So good!) Our nightly episode of The Big Bang Theory was even funnier with rum ...
... Park Pass, I
thought I’d try something different. Sandy Hook is the northernmost part of the
Jersey Shore, a sand bar that juts north toward New York City that is part of
Gateway National Recreation Area, a number of parks around New York Harbor in
New York and New Jersey that are together managed as a single park system unit.
... got through to the DMV on the phone to be finally told that our documents had been processed in the normal snail-speed way rather than the express service that we had paid extra for. They tried to console him with the fact that they would send a refund cheque for the extra amount we had paid. Little consolation when it’s an American cheque in dollars that needs to be drawn on ...
... until everyone stopped. The music was wonderful and appropriate for anyone 30 or older, great to dance to. At 1AM, folks in their 70s and 80s were still rocking to the music. Other Organized Activities: They had dance classes, tables lined the windows of the forward sections on Decks 2 and 3 with all types of table games, lots of deck chairs (padded), a family pool, daily entertainment even when in port, Afternoon Tea, and the list goes on and on. Shops: ...