Time in Cape May ~ New Jersey



Time in quaint Cape May is time spent immersed in the Victorian era.



From the beaches, hotels and summer cottages...


...to the gorgeous homes and local trolley cars...

Cape May is a slice of a much simpler time.



A time to relax and take things slowly...



...to stop and marvel at the architecture and beautiful hydrangeas.




Where all you need to do on a summer day's late afternoon is to take a leisurely stroll down one of it's beautifully tree lined streets...


...or sit and listen to the big brass band play their wonderful old-time tunes...


...and watch little girls dance around to the music.



There is time to enjoy the beach just as night falls...



...and take in the spectacular fireworks!


This is what time is like in this quaint Victorian coastal town.

I hope you enjoyed your trip through the splendor of Cape May New Jersey

Have a wonderful weekend!!!


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7 comments:

  1. Your post and pictures are so gorgeous and it made me smile. We got engaged in Cape May years ago and I am pretty sure one of those b & b's in your pictures is the one we stayed in! I love Cape May and now I want to go back!

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  2. Wow you family is the traveling demons. Sound like you are seeing and enjoying such great places. Your pictures are so nice, you sure you weren't in the photography class at Haven. So great meeting you, and look forward to hanging more!

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  3. Your post is gorgeous and cauters the essence of Cape May very well. Living in NJ we have been there several times. Great food, great inns and B&B's and good shopping.

    Cynthia

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  4. Thank you for those wonderful pictures. Not being familiar with NJ I had never heard of it but wow what a place and right on the coast too. How lovely that you got to spend the 4th there! Wonderful place!

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  5. Visiting from the Farmhouse Porch. Love your post.... I grew up in NJ and spent many summers "at the shore". Thanks for the gorgeous photos. Love your blog. I am your newest follower.

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  6. very nice, it looks like really nice community and so wello maintained, I would love to visit1

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  7. I enjoyed your visit to Cape May. Your photos are beautiful, and brought back fond memories of our short visit there.

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