Cape May Court House, NJ
Tomorrow we pull up stakes and head to Gettysburg, PA. Time has passed while we have relaxed here at Sea Pines.
We've enjoyed camping next to my sister, Debbie. We've enjoyed a few visits with our friends Gene and Kathy parked nearby. On Thursday my cousin Mae, her son John and his wife came for a lovely visit along with my brother Norm and sister-in-law Nora.
To show you how relaxed Len has been, here he is with great-nephew Luke.
A few days ago Len and I decided to get out and about. Being from this area most places are very familiar to me. However, I've never visited one historic landmark in North Wildwood.
A life saving station was built here in 1849 followed by a larger one in 1871. A few years later Congress authorized a full lighthouse which was completed in 1874.
The lighthouse is surrounded by gardens and walkways.
One walkway leads to a view of the inlet.
Access to the garden is free, admission to a 9 minute video and self-guided tour of the lighthouse is $5.00.
A view of the inlet which leads to the Atlantic Ocean
The New Jersey State Police Marine unit next to the lighthouse property.
Today is another relaxing day. Chili on the stove waiting for my sister to arrive from work. Also camping with us this week is nephew JR, wife Vadra and great nephew Ryan.
Later we will be picking up, storing stuff and getting ready to pull out tomorrow morning. Until next time.