Sadly, I have no picture of the Delaware border as we came in on a bit of a back road route. Never-the-less, we’re here, in our nation’s very first state!
It’s very pretty here – looks a bit like Pennsylvania with the green forests and rolling hills.
We are back in Coastal Country as we are within 20 minutes of the beach …. it is my hope to walk the beaches to find more sea glass. Other than that, I have no “must sees” in mind at this point – maybe another lighthouse or two!
Our first full day, Howie and I went to the beaches. It was overcast, cloudy and cooler than it has been. No sea glass was found so we went to lunch at Woody’s – Dewey Beach. They are known for their crab cakes and Howie wanted to try one as he’s never had crab. Crab has tripled in price recently but Howie seemed to really enjoy his sandwich!
Being a beach lifeguard looks easy…..sitting in the sun, watching people and waves, right? Take a look at their conditioning!
The forecast for our last day here indicates rain all day. Howie has to work, so Marj and I decided to check out the antique shops in the area. (AGAIN!)
Georgetown Square was so pretty with some historic and magnificent buildings – take a look!
It’s obvious that we are back on the coast, simply by the style of architecture seen in the homes. One is just as charming as the next – I would love to see the inside of these “beach homes”! Notice all the “gingerbread” accents – so cute!
I wish you could enjoy some of the cooking by our guys – the aromas alone get you ready to eat. Here Chef Larry is treating us to Amish smoked sausage along with fried potatoes and onions. Can you just smell it? I wish you could have tasted it!!! Delicious!
Tomorrow we head out once again. This time, we’ll be boarding a ferry with our RV’s to cross the Delaware Bay from Lewes, Delaware to Cape May, New Jersey. We’ll be staying near Atlantic City for 3 nights so stayed tuned and as always……..HAPPY TRAILS!