Monday, January 24, 2011

State of Delaware Sea Shore

January 23rd, 2011

The State of Delaware’s sea shore – also on the DelMarVa peninsula - is a very nice place. Here you will find vast beaches with deep sand, occasional boardwalks, and assorted tourist attractions. This coastal area is somewhat less popular and typically less crowded than neighboring beach areas to the south and to the north. Rehoboth Beach, Bethany Beach, and Fenwick Island are all nice places and somewhat low-key while also being, in general, family oriented. My latest trip to the Delaware Coast/Shore was during the winter so the water and air temperatures were too cold for body surfing or lounging and sunning on the beach. Nevertheless, the place makes for a really nice drive. No crowds, plenty of open space, and interesting World War II bunkers / towers to see as well. As one drives by one of the towers, they may notice the sign which says something to the extent of “Support WWII Veterans, Save the Tower. Visit:”

Adam Trotter / AVT