Rehoboth Beach

Rehoboth is a little resort town on the Atlantic shore. It reminds me of Florida. Without the palm trees.  😉  Oh, and you can get lobster rolls here, which you can’t get in Florida. Yum. (I haven’t had a lobster roll since I was in Boston.)

Some photos from a day at the beach.

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On the beach

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Saltwater taffy. I don’t recall ever seeing taffy down south—it must be a northern thing.

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The water seemed frightfully cold to my Florida toes, but some of the locals didn’t seem to mind it

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Playing in the waves

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Sand Crab shell on the beach

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A little park with protected dunes

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Some places haven’t opened for the summer yet

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Building a castle

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Hunting for buried treasure

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Making a birdie friend with some Cheerios

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And some more birdie friends

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House Sparrow. Yeah, they’re common as dirt, but they are nice-looking birdies.

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Osprey catches his lunch. Cropped photo shot at reeeeeaaaallllyyyyy long range.  😉

 


4 thoughts on “Rehoboth Beach

  1. Great shot of the beautiful little sparrow. I see tire tracks in the sand…camping allowed there?

  2. David: I recall seeing something somewhere about catfish in Europe learning to eat pigeons when they try to get a drink ….

    Apparently though these sharks are eating migratory birds that die on the way. Interesting.

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