The Sun God Ra sure did beat us with his rays today: 95 degrees Farenheit in the shade. And humidity that hugged us like a sarcophagus. It was a good day to hang out in the cool basement, reading and drawing pictures of Ancient Egyptian gods. No wonder the Ancient Egyptians made Ra the chief […]
Archive for May, 2011
No scandal, no breaking and entering… just some negotiations of play in front of the “Watergate.”
AC demonstrates the proper way to signal a left turn on a beach cruiser.
Sam runs from the sea monster, aka her father.
Sam and her father (who has returned to Cape May!) check out the cockpit of a 1960s Huey Helicopter from the Vietnam War at the Cape May Airport Aviation Museum. In addition to various Vietnam-era helicopters we saw a number of WWII fighter planes. It turns out that nearby Wildwood was a Naval Air Station […]
Today we took a walk on the wild side of Wildwood, NJ. This was by no means the scariest thing we saw affixed to a building (or strolling the boardwalk).
A rainy morning at the beach meant that Sam and I got our craft on. Sam believes that everything is better with glitter glue.
at the old Cape May Fire House. (The fire engine behind them is from 1928).
Sam swings in the backyard with Aunt Rika and Uncle “Silly.”
It’s surprisingly addictive.
Can you tell they were running?
AC braved the still quite chilly waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Charlottesville, VA to Cape May, NJ: 8 hours in the car, including a relaxed stop for dinner and an unexpected detour into southern Delaware.
That’s its name because when we were preparing the garden bed we dug up a bent spoon. Also a pair of sunglasses, a broken pencil, a piece of a belt, some pennies, and other things which I mentioned previously here. Oh and the nozzle on the hose that Sam is wielding oh so provocatively? We […]