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Jersey Shore by Helen Chappell

a young woman in a white dress. A button on her bodice said BRIDE. They were headed for a bachelorette weekend up in Atlantic City, young and pretty and giddy with the anticipation of some serious partying, maybe involving male dancers. At least I hoped so. Someone’s new life was about to begin. Others weren’t so lucky. I was on my way to Cape May with some friends for five days of what we hoped would be some sun and fun among the beautiful old

I found myself back at the Jersey shore this summer. It was the first time in a long time that I’d come on the Cape May-Lewes Ferry and crossed Delaware Bay. As the huge vessel pulled away from the Delaware shore, it roared and rumbled, and I had to remind myself that these boats are registered as ocean-going vessels. The seagulls followed the rooster tail, and a pride of young women in long sundresses walked past me. In the middle of the bevy was

The Cape May ~ Lewes Ferry, Twin Capes. 9

October 2013 ttimes web magazine  

Tidewater Times October 2013

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