Sea Scape Inn
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Now that the summer crowds are dispersing and "Lower Slower Delaware" (LSD) is settling down for the winter, I thought is was time to enjoy a walk down the beach. Especially since we had a great 70-something weather day with a few passing clouds that make for much better pictures :)
Cape Henlopen is at the southern end of ...
... 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 ...
Shirley, Flo and Rick met at a Cracker Barrel near where the Dewitts were staying for breakfast. I stayed back at the rig trying to get rid of a cold that had snuck up on me. They then walked along the beach and the boardwalk.
Early that afternoon, ...
... out of that is on the other side of the bridge, next to the ocean, and is accessible under the bridge so you do not have to go on the highway. Oh well, that gave us time to have lunch while we waited along with several other rigs.
After getting set up, we were sitting outside having a beer when a red Ford pickup pulls into the vacant site next to us and it is Rick and Flo Dewitt! We had told them that we would be here and when, ...
... 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 ...