Poor Richard's Inn
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... hours. We were actually a few hours early passing Atlantic city so we slowed ourselves down and arrived exactly on time to go through Cape May canal and pick up some diesel en route. The bridges were at about 57 feet so we cleared no problem, but this was the first bridge that we have ever come so close so we were a bit nervous and passed under very slowly. When we came out the other side we saw something we have been waiting for- our first dolphins! There were a good twenty of ...
... there when you know where to look and have some binoculars. Met 3 different couples on the boat who had been to NZ last year and know more about our birds than we did.
Monday: We headed off for 2 nights at the Seaview golf resort for George to have a golf and car fix.
The trip to the Niagara Falls has been abandoned and we'll go to Cape Cod via the Hamptons (Long Island) instead.
This morning, woke up at 7:00am and Legend was ready to go outside. Beautiful brisk morning. I have on pants and jacket. The sun feels good! Legend is getting used to going to the bathroom with cars buzzing by on the highway. Jess and I spent some time today at the outlet mall next to the hotel browsing. We tried a very popular seafood restaurant this evening too. It was crowded at 5:30 with a 20 minute wait....when we left, the wait was over an hour. It's ...
Ryan and I awoke early and headed outside with Legend. The air is brisk....I had my jacket on and Ryan wished he wore his. Invigorating and awesome!! We had breakfast and coffee and are preparing for the day. I will work from the lobby for a few hours and Ryan may have to go to his testing for work soon. Matt and Jess are still ...
... walk to the nice, sandy beach that wraps around the Cape and we have bikes to cruise around in. Perfect.
Today we cycled down to the lighthouse and went to one of the bird observation sites. This area has wetlands and vegetation that are enjoyed as a stop-off point by migratory birds. The weather's been very hot and muggy but rain is now very close so things will cool down a bit and with a change in wind more birds from the Arctic (or wherever ...