Lynsie & Noah live only a few blocks away from a private beach, and we tend to go to it each time that we visit, even when it is cold outside. We ended our day at the beach before heading back to eat some blue cheese bugers at their home (and after Mad Batter & the Cape May Zoo). The water was very warm and there weren’t too many jellyfish as we thought there’d be (usually we see many in August).
Leto was so excited to go into the ocean but when I held Micah’s hand and headed towards the water, he got freaked out and thought the water was going to take him away. I tried to help him feel more comfortable, but he kept far from the water the rest of the time (until the end, when he saw Leto wasn’t being swept away). The boys mainly just wanted to build sand castles. It is always so nice to go to this beach, because there are usually only 2-8 other people there, compared to the beaches filled with hundreds of people where you have to pay a fee to enter. This is the real Jersey Shore. 😉
Lynsie and I are modest in our swimwear, and honestly, If I could wear 1920s bathing suits to the beach (if they sold them in stores), I would wear them every time.
There are huge houses near this beach. They cost a couple million dollars and are second houses for many people. Doesn’t seem right to me, honestly. . .but maybe because I don’t even own one house and this is like 4 houses in one as it is!