Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Cape May, NJ - Sept. 26-28th 2013

Well, Dave and I are on the road again! We actually headed out Sept. 25th at 10:00 p.m. and Dave drove all night!! And all day the next day! It actually wasn't that bad. I stayed up until 3:00 a.m. then took a cat nap since I needed some rest so I could work Thursday. (A 'thank-you' shout out to my boss, Loretta Maimone, the best boss ever! She lets me travel and work remotely!).

We had no issues, no traffic, and just as I was finishing up working around 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, we arrived in Cape May, NJ. What a lovely, beautiful historic town!

We did what we always do, we checked into our RV park, then hit the ground running! We checked in at Seashore Campsites in  Cape May (some photos below), then headed out by car (even though Dave had just driven 1,050 miles non-stop).

The photos above are Seashore Campsites, the lovely park we stayed at in Cape May, NJ

The photos above are in downtown Cape May. Beautiful town with quaint shops and restaurants.

Again, even though we'd driven all night and all day, we ate dinner downtown then went to a play at the local theater (in a church). The Late Christopher Bean...very good play!

Photos above are Cape May at night

Downtown Cape May photos above

Saw Cape May Lighthouse on Trolley Tour

Photos above are beautiful historic homes of Cape May. The horse and carriage tour looked so nice, we ended up doing it later in the day.

Lunch from Hot Dog Tommy's!


Beach at Cape May, NJ

More historic homes

We stopped at the place above for some pumpkin ice cream. OMG, it was so good!!

Got some salt water taffy!

Shots above are more of downtown Cape May

This purse is a VW bus completely hand beaded! I thought of Diane Ryan...not that she would carry it, but she would think it's cool!

Cape May Fire Dept. Museum

Photos above from our horse and carriage ride through historic Cape May, NJ

Having a light dinner at the Ugly Mug!

Photos above are our camp site and surrounding area

NJ is on the map!

Good-bye Seashore Campsites! We will return!

Cape may Marina

Breakfast by Cape May Marina

We drove out to the above. Gorgeous homes and Inns. The one directly above shows a sunken ship in the water!
Roadside stand selling organic breads and veggies

Farm stand by Seashore Campsites. Cutest farm stand ever!! Photo directly above shows our purchases! Yum! Dave ate the pumpkin 'whoopee pie' and said it was amazing!
Well, we loved Cape May, NJ but are moving onward to Rhinebeck, NY! Left Cape May around 11:00 a.m. on Saturday 28th and Dave listened to the UCF/South Carolina game on the drive. UCF played a good game, but not good enough! Next time!

Until our next stop...
Misi and Dave

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