Cape May Vaca … and No Near Drowning!

Liz and I are back from a few well-needed days off in Cape May, and it really did the trick. We lucked out with great weather, spending the bulk of the time on the beach. If you’ve never been Cape May is at the southern tip of New Jersey, just a breezy little beach town with lots of B&Bs.

We stayed at the Bedford Inn, just a block away from the beach, so that was quite nice. It was just a real relaxing few days, with our most difficult decision being what to have for dinner. And no vacaLiz and I are back from a few well-needed days off in Cape May, and it really did the trick. We lucked out with great weather, spending the bulk of the time on the beach. If you’ve never been Cape May is at the southern tip of New Jersey, just a breezy little beach town with lots of B&Bs.

We stayed at the Bedford Inn, just a block away from the beach, so that was quite nice. It was just a real relaxing few days, with our most difficult decision being what to have for dinner. And no vacation is complete without at least one night of lobster, which hit the spot. The service at that particular restaurant was pretty lousy, but the food … yum.

Our other big adventures included a long walk down the boardwalk and an intense game of miniature golf, so I think you can tell that this wasn’t exactly a high-impact trip, which was perfect for us. And unlike last year, we didn’t almost drown!

Sweet.

This weekend also helped recharge my writing batteries, as I’ve got loads of projects in the works and a bunch of surprises I’ll be sharing in the coming weeks. So now that I’m back, I’m really back.

Stay tuned …

Post edited by: rcolchamiro, at: 2008/09/15 21:19

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