Isn't this an inviting path?
This shop has all sorts of gifts for animal lovers.
This house has a name that appeals to the bunny lover in me!
Has it become clear that I LOVE to see our flag flying proudly?
I wanted to jump the fence and sit on the bench over there...but Joe thought it was not my brightest idea so I just stood drooling over the fence imagining what it would be like to sit on the bench-everyday!
I love these signs
I wanted to knock on the door of this place to see if I could peek out of this window but again Joe said, "no go!"
Some more cute spots. I wanted to sit on this bench but was AGAIN advised that it would not be a good thing to do!
This one was not so cute but I need to find out what the Girls Friendly Society is and why they have a Holiday House and what they do there..... (edited to add that I did find out and you can too by following the link above for info on the group or the link here to find out about this house- you can rent it- it is a retreat center BUT I warn you, it looked very tired on the outside)
This is a photographer's shop
This is my kind of a fire escape- think I would find an excuse to use it everyday if I lived there!
When I spotted this I was immediately tempted to book another stay in Cape May!
But when I saw this black door I knew I needed to head home to my own black door!
Even though I found the place that is ME, through and through....aaah...to sit on this porch with a book all afternoon would be such a delight! But again, Joe reminded me it would not be a delight for him to get me at the Cape May Police Station when the homeowners found me deeply engrossed in my book on their porch.
All I can say is, "Cape May, leave a light on for me because I will be back!" And I know that Aunt Nellie will be waiting!