Houses of Cape May
This is really Part II of a blog posting I did on a mini vacation that my daughter, Judi, and I had planned for a much needed getaway. Although the weather didn't cooperate and we had to leave a day earlier than planned we managed to enjoy the sea air, good food and shopping. It was cloudy and humid and during a period of about 2 hours when it was partly sunny I raced around and took a bunch of pictures of some of my favorite houses.
I would be remiss if I didn't start with the beautiful B&B, Angel of the Sea. Some years ago I toured this house-it is actually 2 houses connected. There is a story that goes along with the history of the house, how it was moved here in sections from another location many years ago. It has the distinction of being....
|Notice this one is circa 1700!|
|It was hard to keep the camera still with the wind but I really like this house so didn't want to delete it from my camera card.|
Hope you enjoyed my Cape May house tour!
Please drop by again.