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... lunch somewhere smack bang in the middle of state and met a couple of old lasses in the tourist centre (or center over here) who were mad about their Civil War history. They showed us some places to go and what to see. Before we headed for Civil War stuff, we took a detour along the 'Skyline Drive' which was a 15 mile stretch of road with something like 70 lookouts. The park ranger gave us a leaflet about tick safety, as we were in a ...
... off just before lunch time.
The canal's current zipped us right out to the Delaware Bay where we spent our afternoon into the evening traveling to the Bay's entrance. Of course the closer we got to the ocean, the higher and choppier the waves got as it seemed all those thunderstorms rolling across land were chasing us out to sea. ...
... My pictures are all from Lewes, where I stopped for a few hours in the late afternoon on the way from Dover, rather than Rehoboth. Lewes is a historic coastal town on the Delaware Bay side of Cape Henlopen, the Cape that faces Cape May, NJ on the other side of the entrance to Delaware Bay. Maybe it’s because the waves aren’t as big at the beaches on the bay or something, but Lewes doesn’t have the crowds of the Atlantic beach ...
... long, and forms the wide timber walk between the ocean and shops. The first boardwalk was opened in 1896 originally built, to keep sand out of hotel lobbies..and the fashionable rolling chairs were introduced as a form of foot taxi for those unable to walk or too tired to walk!!!
$1 a block charge. This custom still continues today.
We wandered in and out of 4 or 5 Casinos - ...
... of us!! for a 2 hour boat trip . A wonderful morning - quite a large vessel with several hundred on board. Leaving dockside travelling West, taking us out through the 3 & 1/2 mile canal dug out during WW2, so the local boats didn't have to go out round the point where the German U boats had been seen and were operational. Once we were out to Delaware Bay, the Dolphins were appearing both sides of ...