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... 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 ...
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, ...
After a couple days of driving, we arrived at the Delaware Seashore State Park Campground which is located on the southern shore of the Indian River Inlet and about 500 yards from the Atlantic Ocean.
The campground is clean, and barring the sea gulls, there are no other flying pests or insects (interesting considering the amount of fishing and water). The streets and sites are paved and there is good to fair grass between the ...
... shots. Not happy. Needless to say, we slept well that night.
On Friday we caught the shuttle in again and picked three of the Smithsonian museums to go and visit. We did heaps of walking again, but this time it was at least in air conditioned comfort. First stop was the Natural History Museum, where I learned that echidnas lay eggs. Second stop was the American History Museum, where I liked the President’s Exhibition. Julie ...