Dry Dock Motel
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... had ever happened!
A wonderful last night in Joisey!
Interesting side note: We filled Keith's car up with gas (because he let us borrow it the whole time we were here, it was the least we could do) and learned that the law requires all gas stations to have attendants to operate the gas pumps. Very interesting considering their gas prices were considerably cheaper than Pennsylvania where we had to pump our own petrol.
... that there are about three pizza restaurants for every mile of Route 9 so we had to try one for lunch. We chose Tony's because we've eaten at several Tony's in SC (yes, we know they're not related), and they've always been good. Once again, we were not disappointed. The difference here is that all the pizzerias are BYOB. They told us the beer and wine licenses in New ...
... Karl is Marty's brother. (And Marty is Kendra's mother.) They had a fenced in back yard and Diane (Kendra's cousin) had her dog, Elsa, there so we brought Braddock and he wore himself out playing with her and all the kids. Another great ...
... and the new family on the deck of the beach house, then toasting the beautiful sunset on the bay. The kids all had a great time finding clam shells before their parents took them crabbing. We missed out on the crabbing because we had a puppy we needed to tend to so we headed back to the campground.
A great time!
... meeting some new family members. The place they have is very nice and right across the street from the ocean. Just took a couple pics of Maggie, Keith and Kendra...more fun tomorrow!
A few notes from our trip from Gettysburg:
1. We noticed that there are no yellow "suggested speed" signs for the ...