October 19

Dewey Beach 2011 (Part 3)

Posted by lori . 6 Comments


Just a few more pictures from our vacation, Greyhounds Reach the Beach, Dewey Beach, Delaware.

One of the interesting things about traveling to Dewey Beach is crossing the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.  Opened in 1952, the bridge is 4.3 miles, shore-to-shore.

We rented a lovely condo in Rehoboth and were within walking distance to all the vendors and goings-on in Dewey Beach.  The weather was perfect.

I don’t know for sure, but I may have had the cutest PJ’s in town.  See the Greyhound?  These are Nick & Nora from Target.

Best of all, we got to spend time with dear friends.

The only way it could have been better, was if it were a little longer.  We had a GREYT time!

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6 Responses to " Dewey Beach 2011 (Part 3)"

  • Declan says:

    Looks like you had real fun! Deccy x

  • Kari says:

    OMG your pjs are so cute – I love nick and nora sleepwear from there, I havent seen those.

    That bridge is amazing!

    I am in love with the last picture – what a great memory!!

  • houndstooth says:

    Now I have to get to Target!

    I agree, it was absolutely beautiful, and it’s never long enough!

  • Kari says:

    I want those PJs!

    Stop on by for a visit!

  • Mayzie says:

    Awwww…what a Most Wonderful trip you had! It sure did look like it was lotsa fun and how exciting that you got to meet Bunny and her momma in pawson! Wow!

    I likes those pajamas. I might have to get some of those for my mom for Christmas!

    Wiggles & Wags,

  • Amy says:

    Already seeing if we can book the condo longer for next year. It was over way way too fast! If we are still friends after all that time in an uncomfortable van with greyhound gas wafting I think we are likely friends for life 🙂 Love you Lori!

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