Tag Archives: North Wildwood
I get kind of jittery when the phone rings lately. You never know when it could be a call from Publishers Clearinghouse that will wipe away all my worries with a big check or even an all-expense paid vacation. Or … Continue reading
It’s been a while….but it seems like much longer. When I first began “Here and There,” I envisioned an offbeat chronicle of Jersey Shore happenings, family fun and an occasional trip beyond Cape May County’s borders. But a lot has … Continue reading
The 2010 holiday season celebrations on five-mile-island start with the Hereford Inlet Lighthouse Christmas Tree Lighting on Friday, Dec. 3 and continue with the Wildwoods Family Holiday Celebration through that weekend. The Christmas tree lighting ceremony is scheduled to start … Continue reading
Troy had off on Monday, and it was a beautiful day, so I convinced him to take me exploring. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been fascinated by the remnants of the old North Wildwood railroad line that … Continue reading
Holiday traditions are funny things if you think about it. Imagine what aliens from another planet might think if they honed their high-tech scopes in on a typical American household at Christmas. Dead trees, brought indoors, adorned with twinkling lights … Continue reading
Urban Dictionary defines nostalgia as “a longing for the good old days, whether or not they were very good.” But really, what could be better than walking my invisible dog along the Boards and strutting my stuff in satin shorts and a “Frankie Says” T-shirt?
What could match the slippery feeling of jellies (those pre-Croc rubber shoes) while dancing at the foot of the Himalayas (now called the Musik Express)? Continue reading