(all porches are on Martha’s Vineyard except last one which is in Cape May, NJ)
World War II Lookout Tower – Cape May, New Jersey
Fire Control Tower No. 23 is New Jersey’s last remaining restorable World War II tower, part of the immense Harbor Defense of the Delaware system known as Fort Miles, playing a major part in coastal defenses. Built in 1942, the tower was one of 15 towers that helped aim batteries of coastal artillery, stretching from North Wildwood, N.J. to Bethany Beach, DE. Four were in Cape May County, N.J.—the towers located in North Wildwood and Wildwood Crest were torn down and a third tower is located inside Cape May’s Grand Hotel, Beach and Philadelphia avenues. Fire Control Tower No. 23 is on land now part of the Cape May Point State Park. The tower was listed on the New Jersey Register of Historic Places on May 29, 2003 and on the National Register on Nov. 17, 2003.
Cape May, New Jersey
Pear sangria and wine samplers at Willow Creek Winery, West Cape May, NJ
I’m doing ‘photo a day’ weekly instead of daily. Here’s the challenge for the week of July 22 – 28.
22-Blue & White 23-Hot 24-Boats 25-Sunrise/Sunset 26-Summer 27-Sea 28-Vacation
I don’t know how I missed posting this picture the first time but I really like the composition so tah, dah… here it is.
Boardwalk to the beach in Cape, May New Jersey
I didn’t take as many photos in 2017 as I thought I did, will do better in 2018. Here are some of my favorites…
I have a lot of fun putting together my own calendars, here are the 2 for 2018
wall calendar… all pictures are Martha’s Vineyard taken in October, except May which is Cape May, New Jersey
desk calendar… same here, all pictures are Martha’s Vineyard in October, except for Cape May, New Jersey for May…
Here’s to filling our calendars of 2018 with good memories, good health and good friends