Aimee (my daughter), and I sneaked (snuck?) away to Cape May last week, where we enjoyed a few days of riding boats and walking the beach and shopping. We stayed at Poor Richards on Jackson Street. It is reportedly haunted by a former lady of the house whom you might find cleaning a room . . .
Our room was on the second floor, right. It was cloudy but the waves were beautiful.
The next day was sunny so we went on a whale watch. No whales but lots of dolphins. Every time I snapped a picture of a dolphin, I got another photo of water with no dolphin. (Those guys are really fast.)
See all the dolphins in the above photo?? No, neither do I . . .
Below, some of the houses along our street.
The following day we went on a walk through the wildlife area around the lighthouse. They were counting hawks, and had seen over 100 so far that day. We saw a frog and a swan.
It was beautiful and the temperature just right. Below, the largest thistle or pricker plant (don't know what the heck it is, but it looks prickery!) I've ever seen!
I'll share more next time, Love, Linda