the family decided to try something new: pedaling a "surrey" around the streets of scenic Cape May.
This was way more fun than I ever dreamed it would be. We got exercise and we got to giggle at the absurdity of doing such a tourist-y thing, and we got see lots of the beautiful architecture of Cape May:
and we got to enjoy seeing the Queen Victoria bragging about its "royal" clientele, right next door to a shop called "Cheeks at the Beach."
I'm getting lots of west and wewaxation, although not nearly as much knitting as I
P.S. Charcoal says to tell you he's having a great time, too.
Did you ask if they had one with a fringe on top? If so, how far back into their heads did their eyes roll? If not, why would you have passed up such a golden opportunity?
but you don't LOOK like you're at jellystone park (a wrestful wetweet) with that wascally wabbit!
love the last pix, BTW!
Making me sad that OUR yearly Cape May trip is over...
I live in Lewes on the other side of the ferry, Cape May is really lovely, glad you're enjoying our area!
I LOVE Cape May, although it's been years since I've been up there. Thanks for sharing your pictures...brings back such good memories! :)
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