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... State Park are the WWII defensive positions which are spread throughout the park (and further up and down the coast). There are several concrete observation towers within the park as well as the former Fort Miles coastal artillery battery. During WWII, the observation towers served as the "eyes" of the artillery gunners who ...
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. ...
... ocean currents and movement of the Great Dune it was built near washed away the foundation of both the lighthouse and the light-keepers home.
Unlike the Japanese beaches that I've been exploring for the last few years, the beaches here are so very clean. No washed up plastic bottles, glass bottles, ...
... packed with historic photos and civil war memorabilia hanging from its walls.
Refreshed we drove on to Dewey Beach, a very popular weekend destination for residents of the DC and Baltimore area. The weather was very poor so we grabbed some dinner from the main strip and tucked in early.
The next morning we took a ...
We Flew into St. Louis and spent the weekend with Kristen and family. We then drove down through Nashville to Chattanooga to Lookout Mtn and the waterfall in the cave and Chickamunga Battlefield. From there we went to Knoxville and had a great visit with Bob's brother Richard, and wife Barbara. Lunch downtown with their daughter Rose was fun with the Air Force Band playing out on the mall.
Then on through Virginia and D.C. On 9/11 to Rehoboth ...