Greetings from Cape May, New Jersey (Updated with actual photos!)
November 6th, 2009 by scaredpoet


Update: Sorry folks, minor glitch. The photos now really do exist after the cut!

With the end of summer well upon us, my significant other and I recently headed to Cape May, NJ for a weekend to enjoy the last good-weather weekend of the year.  For all the flack New Jersey gets, there really are some incredibly nice places to visit in the state, and this little resort town is definitely one of the nicest spots I’ve ever been to.

The weekend we visited happened to coincide with some kind of outing by a local club of Chevy Corvair enthusiasts, which allowed me to get the nice retro-shot seen above.  In general, everything just seemed to kinda fall into place there, and just about every picture I too came out looking somehow awesome.

Of course now, the weather is colder and the town has pretty much battened down for the winter, though there are still a couple of bed & breakfasts and wonderful eateries in the area that might be worth a visit in the off-season.

The area’s most notable landmark though, is its lighthouse and the nearby park and beach.  The photos after the cut tell the story of that awesome-looking area.

2 Responses  
  • Mike G. writes:
    November 6th, 2009 at 8:16 am

    Hey, I don’t see an “after the cut” on the page or in the source.

    Also, did you get a chance to eat at Gecko’s? We ate there 2-3 times this summer. Fabulous New Mexican cuisine with decent prices and no dress code. πŸ™‚

  • scaredpoet writes:
    November 6th, 2009 at 8:40 am

    Well, that was embarrassing! Pics have been added.

    And sadly, I didn’t get to visit Gecko’s, but I’ll have to try it next time I’m in the area. πŸ™‚ We did vist Godmonther’s though (excellent Italian Cuisine, VERY awesome prices) and had the most perfect breakfast at this hotel/restaurant called the Mad Batter.

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