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... place, explaining the huge concentration of late 19th century dwellings....Gothic revival to Queen Anne design. All part of the country's Victorian era. These "painted ladies" are known for fancy gables,gingerbread trim, stained glass windows and turrets.
Our walk into town on dusk last evening reminded me of why we enjoyed our time here so much last year. From the wide oceanside boardwalk, one can see ...
... was horrific. The traffic was congested and we altered our route to get off route 30. Luckily we had our audio book and learned more about the War of 1812.
Even after a great get-away, it always feels so good to get home again to our beloved Cape May.
It's been about 10 years since I last visited my aunt Heather and uncle Roger in Cape May. I arrived just before the start of the tourist season, so it was nice and quiet (but a little chillier than any of us liked!). We started out the day at George's for some amazing breakfast (french toast with lemon greek yogurt? Yes, please!) and meandered through the shops on Washington Street.
On the walk along the boardwalk we stopped by the new ...
... hikes are in 12 different parks that stretch the length of the state (not that Delaware is very long.....and even less wide). Of course I will be completing all fifteen trails :) Thought it would be a great way to get to know my new home state.
Killens Pond is the park closest to "Base Camp" - only about 20 minutes away.
This was a fantastic place! This campground was right next to the Indian River Inlet. Next to the campground was the Indian River Bridge. This is one of the most beautiful bridges I have ever seen. Ever day we used to walk to the beach which was just a short walk from our camp site. We explored this area for two weeks. ...