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Chamber of Commerce Cape May Fall Events

content from: Cape May Chamber of Commerce

In less than six weeks, the City of Cape May will be the stage for the inaugural edition of the Exit 0 International Jazz Festival, November 9-11. More than 100 internationally known musicians will tickle the ivories and drive the sound of the unpredictable improvisation 

Ramsey Lewis Exit 0 International Jazz Festival
Ramsey Lewis Exit 0 International Jazz Festival

and often, hard-hitting rhythms that transform back to the velvety sound of flowing jazz during this three-day event.

Headlining the Festival on the Main Stage at Convention Hall will be The Sun Goddess Tour starring Jazz legend and three-time Grammy Award Winner Ramsey Lewsi & His Electric Band onSaturday at 7:30 PM and 9:30PM.

Opening the Festival on Friday at 8:00 PM and 10:15PM will be none other than Philadelphia native son and Grammy award winner jazz bassist, Christian McBride and his quintet – Inside StraightAnd a very special and rare jazz session will take place on Saturday afternoon at 1:30 PM when the17 men strong company Captain Black Big Band, led by jazz pianist Orrin Evans takes to the stage and puts on a powerful performance filled with passion and the unexpected, that only an eclectic group of diverse musicians could do. Club venues up and down Beach Avenue providing an intimate setting throughout the three-day festival.

Read more here–>

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The Cape May Dragon Boat Festival is Finally Here!

Cape May Harbor will be awash in adrenaline on October 13th as the first annualCape May Dragon Boat Festival gets underway.  Dragon boat photo by  Bob Haarmans 


What is dragon boating? It’s a boat of 20 paddlers, a drummer and a steers person paddling to cross the finish faster than their competition. It’s power, speed, synchronization and endurance! And, it happens to be the fastest growing international team water sport.  
Come join us for the excitement of seeing teams of dragon boats slicing through the water in Cape May Harbor, a line of 54 lion dancers, stilt walkers, bands playing, great food and shopping plus the sheer fun of being connected on a level comparable to nothing else. Don’t miss it!  

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Coast Guard Surfman Wins
for Top Marching Cadence
“High Side Right Side” – Winner Cadence Contest 2012

The winner of the top Coast Guard Cadence is…”High Side Right Side” by Chief Petty Officer Cory Wadley of Station Morro Bay, Calif.! Please feel free to walk run around your office calling this cadence and not feel weird at all because it’s the top Coast Guard Cadence of 2012.

“High Side Right” is a double-time cadence that requires the recruits to sing it when they are running as a company. The cadence was written by Chief Petty Officer Cory Wadley, one of approximately 160 surfmen in the Coast Guard who serves at one of the 19 designated surf stations in the U.S. According to Wadley, he wanted to write a cadence that taught recruits about the basics of piloting a motor lifeboat through heavy seas.

Read more here–>


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Ballerinas & Barbarians!

Cape May Film Festival

This year’s Cape May Film Festival showcases “Ballerinas and Barbarians!” The 2012 Cape May Film Festival will be held exclusively at the Chalfonte Hotel October 19-21. Tickets go on sale Friday night, October 19, at 6:00 p.m. in the hotel lobby or you can buy passes at  www.capemayfilm.org.  

This year the festival features “Mirror Dance,” a film about Cuban ballerina Margarita White who left her country during the revolution to come to the U.S. (Ms. White will join the festival Saturday night). On Sunday, the matinee will be “Barbarian Days,” a documentary about Robert E. Howard (creator of Conan the Barbarian and other popular characters); prominent historian Rusty Burke will be on hand to answer questions.

On Friday night, creators of the website “reel-couples.com” will be in the house and  will ask the question, “Which couples will make it after the credits roll?” And Saturday all day, the Festival will feature New Jersey’s best short films as well as a guest curated session from the Black Maria Film Festival.  

No reservations needed. If you want to be sponsor or purchase tickets, visitwww.capemayfilm.org. You can also text to 609.326.FEST (3378) or email the festival at capemayfilm@hotmail.com.  

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What’s Happening Around Town


OCTOBER EVENTS
photo A. Nelson Cape May Raptor Banding ProjectOct 5-9 Victorian Week; MAC,            609.884.5404      
Oct 6 Victorian Weekend Crafts & Antiques; MAC,            609.884.5404      
Oct 6 Lima Bean Festival; West Cape May;            609.884.9325      
Oct 13 Cape May Dragon Boat Festival; Chamber of Commerce,            609.884.5404      
Oct 13 Crafts & Antiques for Harvest Fest; MAC,             609.884.5404      
Oct 19-21 Cape May New Jersey Film Festival; www.capemayfilm.org
Oct 21 TEDx Cape May, Congress Hall;              609.770.2626      
Oct 21 Halloween Parade; Register- 1:30pm, Judging- 2pm,
Parade- 3pm, Rotary Park
Oct 21 Trick or Treat on the Mall; Noon-2pm
Oct 21 Halloween Party; 4pm, Physick Estate,             609.884.5404      
Oct 26-28 New Jersey Audubon Autumn Birding Festival,            609.884.2736      

NOVEMBER EVENTS 

Exit Zero Jazz Fest NEW this November!Nov 2-4 Sherlock Holmes Weekend; MAC,            609.884.5404      
Nov 3 Fall Arts & Crafts Show; MAC,            609.884.5404      
Nov 9-11 Exit Zero International Jazz Festival;            609.849.9202      
Nov 11 Veterans Day Ceremony; 11 am, Columbia Avenue Monument
Nov 17 Physick Estate Treelighting & Open House; 7pm,            609.884.5404      
Nov 23-24 Holiday Crafts Fair; 10-5pm, MAC,            609.884.5404      
Nov 23-12/14Louisa May Alcott’s Christmas; East Lynne Theater,             609.884.5898      
Nov 23-12/30 A Tuna Christmas; Cape May Stage             609.884.1341      
Nov 30 City Treelighting Ceremony; 7pm, Rotary Park

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Chamber of Commerce Cape May Fall Events

content from: Cape May Chamber of Commerce

In less than six weeks, the City of Cape May will be the stage for the inaugural edition of the Exit 0 International Jazz Festival, November 9-11. More than 100 internationally known musicians will tickle the ivories and drive the sound of the unpredictable improvisation 

Ramsey Lewis Exit 0 International Jazz Festival
Ramsey Lewis Exit 0 International Jazz Festival

and often, hard-hitting rhythms that transform back to the velvety sound of flowing jazz during this three-day event.

Headlining the Festival on the Main Stage at Convention Hall will be The Sun Goddess Tour starring Jazz legend and three-time Grammy Award Winner Ramsey Lewsi & His Electric Band onSaturday at 7:30 PM and 9:30PM.

Opening the Festival on Friday at 8:00 PM and 10:15PM will be none other than Philadelphia native son and Grammy award winner jazz bassist, Christian McBride and his quintet – Inside StraightAnd a very special and rare jazz session will take place on Saturday afternoon at 1:30 PM when the17 men strong company Captain Black Big Band, led by jazz pianist Orrin Evans takes to the stage and puts on a powerful performance filled with passion and the unexpected, that only an eclectic group of diverse musicians could do. Club venues up and down Beach Avenue providing an intimate setting throughout the three-day festival.

Read more here–>

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The Cape May Dragon Boat Festival is Finally Here!

Cape May Harbor will be awash in adrenaline on October 13th as the first annualCape May Dragon Boat Festival gets underway.  Dragon boat photo by  Bob Haarmans 


What is dragon boating? It’s a boat of 20 paddlers, a drummer and a steers person paddling to cross the finish faster than their competition. It’s power, speed, synchronization and endurance! And, it happens to be the fastest growing international team water sport.  
Come join us for the excitement of seeing teams of dragon boats slicing through the water in Cape May Harbor, a line of 54 lion dancers, stilt walkers, bands playing, great food and shopping plus the sheer fun of being connected on a level comparable to nothing else. Don’t miss it!  

______________________________________________________________

Coast Guard Surfman Wins
for Top Marching Cadence
“High Side Right Side” – Winner Cadence Contest 2012

The winner of the top Coast Guard Cadence is…”High Side Right Side” by Chief Petty Officer Cory Wadley of Station Morro Bay, Calif.! Please feel free to walk run around your office calling this cadence and not feel weird at all because it’s the top Coast Guard Cadence of 2012.

“High Side Right” is a double-time cadence that requires the recruits to sing it when they are running as a company. The cadence was written by Chief Petty Officer Cory Wadley, one of approximately 160 surfmen in the Coast Guard who serves at one of the 19 designated surf stations in the U.S. According to Wadley, he wanted to write a cadence that taught recruits about the basics of piloting a motor lifeboat through heavy seas.

Read more here–>


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Ballerinas & Barbarians!

Cape May Film Festival

This year’s Cape May Film Festival showcases “Ballerinas and Barbarians!” The 2012 Cape May Film Festival will be held exclusively at the Chalfonte Hotel October 19-21. Tickets go on sale Friday night, October 19, at 6:00 p.m. in the hotel lobby or you can buy passes at  www.capemayfilm.org.  

This year the festival features “Mirror Dance,” a film about Cuban ballerina Margarita White who left her country during the revolution to come to the U.S. (Ms. White will join the festival Saturday night). On Sunday, the matinee will be “Barbarian Days,” a documentary about Robert E. Howard (creator of Conan the Barbarian and other popular characters); prominent historian Rusty Burke will be on hand to answer questions.

On Friday night, creators of the website “reel-couples.com” will be in the house and  will ask the question, “Which couples will make it after the credits roll?” And Saturday all day, the Festival will feature New Jersey’s best short films as well as a guest curated session from the Black Maria Film Festival.  

No reservations needed. If you want to be sponsor or purchase tickets, visitwww.capemayfilm.org. You can also text to 609.326.FEST (3378) or email the festival at capemayfilm@hotmail.com.  

 ______________________________________________________________

What’s Happening Around Town


OCTOBER EVENTS
photo A. Nelson Cape May Raptor Banding ProjectOct 5-9 Victorian Week; MAC,            609.884.5404      
Oct 6 Victorian Weekend Crafts & Antiques; MAC,            609.884.5404      
Oct 6 Lima Bean Festival; West Cape May;            609.884.9325      
Oct 13 Cape May Dragon Boat Festival; Chamber of Commerce,            609.884.5404      
Oct 13 Crafts & Antiques for Harvest Fest; MAC,             609.884.5404      
Oct 19-21 Cape May New Jersey Film Festival; www.capemayfilm.org
Oct 21 TEDx Cape May, Congress Hall;              609.770.2626      
Oct 21 Halloween Parade; Register- 1:30pm, Judging- 2pm,
Parade- 3pm, Rotary Park
Oct 21 Trick or Treat on the Mall; Noon-2pm
Oct 21 Halloween Party; 4pm, Physick Estate,             609.884.5404      
Oct 26-28 New Jersey Audubon Autumn Birding Festival,            609.884.2736      

NOVEMBER EVENTS 

Exit Zero Jazz Fest NEW this November!Nov 2-4 Sherlock Holmes Weekend; MAC,            609.884.5404      
Nov 3 Fall Arts & Crafts Show; MAC,            609.884.5404      
Nov 9-11 Exit Zero International Jazz Festival;            609.849.9202      
Nov 11 Veterans Day Ceremony; 11 am, Columbia Avenue Monument
Nov 17 Physick Estate Treelighting & Open House; 7pm,            609.884.5404      
Nov 23-24 Holiday Crafts Fair; 10-5pm, MAC,            609.884.5404      
Nov 23-12/14Louisa May Alcott’s Christmas; East Lynne Theater,             609.884.5898      
Nov 23-12/30 A Tuna Christmas; Cape May Stage             609.884.1341      
Nov 30 City Treelighting Ceremony; 7pm, Rotary Park

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Hawk Haven Saturdays on the Crushpad

Saturdays on the Crushpad

Saturdays on the Crushpad

EVERY SATURDAY
May 26, 2012-October 27, 2012
12pm-7pm

Saturdays on the Crushpad is a great time to kick back and relax in the vineyard with a glass of Hawk Haven wine while listening to live music and enjoying something off of our fresh gourmet menu with items from our friends at The Red Store in Cape May Point, a new culinary delight run by the owners of Quahog’s Seafood Shack in Stone Harbor.

Top 10 Fall Activities for Cape May NJ

The end of summer is here and the crisp fall weather is starting in Cape May, before the temperature drop, try to fit in these 10 fun activities.

1.      Visit the Cape May Winey or Hawk Haven in Rio Grande, spend the afternoon on a wine tasting tour and enjoy a bold local cabernet or merlot while sitting on the crush pad or the deck overlooking the vineyards.
2.      Check out the Cape May and West Cape May Farmers Market, you can plan a meal with farm fresh NJ produce for the week end, visit the Plum Creek Farms and plan a farm to table fresh meal.
3.      Plan a fresh seafood dinner at home, it’s not too late to fire up the grill with some steaks and fresh catch from the Lobster House in Cape May.
4.      Go shopping and get the Cape May Fall discounts, why not Shop and Stroll, check out the Washington Street Mall a three block pedestrian concourse between Perry and Ocean Streets, don’t forget to visit West Cape May and check out the West End Garage.
5.      Spend the day outdoors and enjoy a Cape May late Indian Summer, enjoy the local catch. The Lobster house which is home to a commercial fishing fleet also has a dockside raw bar and the outdoor Schooner American restaurant to sit and order fresh fish and have a cold beer.
6.      Salute the Flag at Sunset Point, the Sunset Point Gift shop holds a Flag Ceremony every day at desk, listen to the old scratched recording over the loud speakers at dusk, and you can hunt for Cape May Diamonds at Sunset Beach in front of the Concrete Ship.
7.      Visit the Cape May Brewery and check out a local Microbrew. Cape May brewing Company is a microbrewery in Cape May County serving South Jersey. The local beers are made in small batches and hand crafted with the finest ingredients.
8.       Hit the Happy Hour, you can check out the elegant Brown Room located inside the Congress Hall or visit the new Sea Salt Restaurant.
9.      Visit the Naval Air Station Aviation museum in Rio Grande just 10 minutes from Cape May. The NAS museum is a great venue for younger kids or military historians; they have an abundance of vintage planes and interactive displays.
10.   Take an historic tour of the Cape May Light, Concrete Tower of the Pysick House. This is a great fall outdoor activity in Cape May and you can find discount tickets from the Cape May Mac here.

Do you have your favorite Fall Things to do in Cape May? List them here below as we would love to hear how you spend you fall in the Cape May area.

Click here to Save in Cape May – Save Money while visiting Cape May, check out our local Cape May Saving Coupon promotions. You can click here to print off the coupon or simply show your local Cape May Merchant your coupon on your smart phone, iPod or tablet.

About Cape May and Cape May Resort.com

Cape May is a city at the southern tip of Cape May Peninsula in Cape May County, New Jersey, where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. With a rich history, award-winning beaches & boating, designation as a top birding location, and many Victorian structures, Cape May is a seaside resort drawing visitors from around the world. Cape May was recognized as one of America’s top 10 beaches by the Travel Channel and its beach was ranked fifth in New Jersey in the 2008 Top 10 Beaches.

CapeMayResort.com is a site that’s totally dedicated to the historic Cape May Resort vacation area. We have two goals – to promote our beautiful town’s local businesses and to assist potential visitors in finding anything they could want or need in and around Cape May.

This site is home to custom pages and video of easy to navigate information about Cape May- from restaurant choices to weather reports to local events in Cape May We also host a local Cape May Blog featuring  local events, Things to Do in Cape May, shopping and beach information and much more.   You can check out Blog at http://capemayresort.blogspot.com/

http://capemayvictorian.com CapeMayVictorian.com is a custom photo sharing site in which you can explore local Cape May images, download your favorite vacation spot or order a custom framed picture or a one of kind gift of your vacation memory.

http://capemayresort.com Cape May Resort.com is a local Cape May Web Site featuring Things to Do in Cape May, along with Cape May Digital Coupons for savings. If you’re looking for information and reviews for your next trip to Cape may, you’ve come to the right place. At Cape May Resort.com we’ll give you the most current information from Yelp and real time local You Tube Videos to preview your next vacation or week-end trip.  We offer the best in recent reviews from Real People with Real Reviews from Yelp.

http://capemayresort.blogspot.com/  Looking for Something to Do in Cape May New Jersey. Spend a day at the beach, or go Dolphin and Whale Watching. Visit a local winery or check out the lighthouse and sunken ship at Cape May State Park. Cape May offers beach lovers Victorian architecture, fine dining, bird watching, boating and fishing in addition to world class resort and vacation accommodations.  If you’re looking for information and reviews for your next trip to Cape may, you’ve come to the right place.Cape May Resort.com has been part of the South Jersey Cape May area since 1988. Let us put our local experience to work for you.

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Hawk Haven Saturdays on the Crushpad

Saturdays on the Crushpad

Saturdays on the Crushpad

EVERY SATURDAY
May 26, 2012-October 27, 2012
12pm-7pm

Saturdays on the Crushpad is a great time to kick back and relax in the vineyard with a glass of Hawk Haven wine while listening to live music and enjoying something off of our fresh gourmet menu with items from our friends at The Red Store in Cape May Point, a new culinary delight run by the owners of Quahog’s Seafood Shack in Stone Harbor.

Top 10 Fall Activities for Cape May NJ

The end of summer is here and the crisp fall weather is starting in Cape May, before the temperature drop, try to fit in these 10 fun activities.

1.      Visit the Cape May Winey or Hawk Haven in Rio Grande, spend the afternoon on a wine tasting tour and enjoy a bold local cabernet or merlot while sitting on the crush pad or the deck overlooking the vineyards.
2.      Check out the Cape May and West Cape May Farmers Market, you can plan a meal with farm fresh NJ produce for the week end, visit the Plum Creek Farms and plan a farm to table fresh meal.
3.      Plan a fresh seafood dinner at home, it’s not too late to fire up the grill with some steaks and fresh catch from the Lobster House in Cape May.
4.      Go shopping and get the Cape May Fall discounts, why not Shop and Stroll, check out the Washington Street Mall a three block pedestrian concourse between Perry and Ocean Streets, don’t forget to visit West Cape May and check out the West End Garage.
5.      Spend the day outdoors and enjoy a Cape May late Indian Summer, enjoy the local catch. The Lobster house which is home to a commercial fishing fleet also has a dockside raw bar and the outdoor Schooner American restaurant to sit and order fresh fish and have a cold beer.
6.      Salute the Flag at Sunset Point, the Sunset Point Gift shop holds a Flag Ceremony every day at desk, listen to the old scratched recording over the loud speakers at dusk, and you can hunt for Cape May Diamonds at Sunset Beach in front of the Concrete Ship.
7.      Visit the Cape May Brewery and check out a local Microbrew. Cape May brewing Company is a microbrewery in Cape May County serving South Jersey. The local beers are made in small batches and hand crafted with the finest ingredients.
8.       Hit the Happy Hour, you can check out the elegant Brown Room located inside the Congress Hall or visit the new Sea Salt Restaurant.
9.      Visit the Naval Air Station Aviation museum in Rio Grande just 10 minutes from Cape May. The NAS museum is a great venue for younger kids or military historians; they have an abundance of vintage planes and interactive displays.
10.   Take an historic tour of the Cape May Light, Concrete Tower of the Pysick House. This is a great fall outdoor activity in Cape May and you can find discount tickets from the Cape May Mac here.

Do you have your favorite Fall Things to do in Cape May? List them here below as we would love to hear how you spend you fall in the Cape May area.

Click here to Save in Cape May – Save Money while visiting Cape May, check out our local Cape May Saving Coupon promotions. You can click here to print off the coupon or simply show your local Cape May Merchant your coupon on your smart phone, iPod or tablet.

About Cape May and Cape May Resort.com

Cape May is a city at the southern tip of Cape May Peninsula in Cape May County, New Jersey, where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. With a rich history, award-winning beaches & boating, designation as a top birding location, and many Victorian structures, Cape May is a seaside resort drawing visitors from around the world. Cape May was recognized as one of America’s top 10 beaches by the Travel Channel and its beach was ranked fifth in New Jersey in the 2008 Top 10 Beaches.

CapeMayResort.com is a site that’s totally dedicated to the historic Cape May Resort vacation area. We have two goals – to promote our beautiful town’s local businesses and to assist potential visitors in finding anything they could want or need in and around Cape May.

This site is home to custom pages and video of easy to navigate information about Cape May- from restaurant choices to weather reports to local events in Cape May We also host a local Cape May Blog featuring  local events, Things to Do in Cape May, shopping and beach information and much more.   You can check out Blog at http://capemayresort.blogspot.com/

http://capemayvictorian.com CapeMayVictorian.com is a custom photo sharing site in which you can explore local Cape May images, download your favorite vacation spot or order a custom framed picture or a one of kind gift of your vacation memory.

http://capemayresort.com Cape May Resort.com is a local Cape May Web Site featuring Things to Do in Cape May, along with Cape May Digital Coupons for savings. If you’re looking for information and reviews for your next trip to Cape may, you’ve come to the right place. At Cape May Resort.com we’ll give you the most current information from Yelp and real time local You Tube Videos to preview your next vacation or week-end trip.  We offer the best in recent reviews from Real People with Real Reviews from Yelp.

http://capemayresort.blogspot.com/  Looking for Something to Do in Cape May New Jersey. Spend a day at the beach, or go Dolphin and Whale Watching. Visit a local winery or check out the lighthouse and sunken ship at Cape May State Park. Cape May offers beach lovers Victorian architecture, fine dining, bird watching, boating and fishing in addition to world class resort and vacation accommodations.  If you’re looking for information and reviews for your next trip to Cape may, you’ve come to the right place.Cape May Resort.com has been part of the South Jersey Cape May area since 1988. Let us put our local experience to work for you.

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Blogging from My Boat in Cape May – Another Summer Ends in Cape May

Another Summer has come to an end in Cape May. This week end celebrates the official change over to the fall season. As we clean up our homes, and boats and put away our summer toys as we anticipate the upcoming holiday season and the end of our year. It’s tough to make the adjustment from living in your favorite worn out flip flops, those baggy torn shorts or your favorite sundress to wearing shoes and discarding that comfortable t-shirt with a small rip in the collar, thats broken in just right. I personally don’t throw away that t-shirt, I bring it home as a small well earned summer treasure from the boat to stack in my dresser draw and take it out during a cold winter night or reuse it for another summer year or vacation. There’s something about putting away your slightly rusty beach chair with a hint of mildew smell which adds finality to the end of the summer. As the cycle of life continues, so does the cycle of summer at the Jersey Shore. You can feel fall in the cool air on the dock in the evening, you can start to see the birds preparing for migration. In the morning as you walk the slippery dew covered planks, you can hear the baitfish stir on the surface as the fall predators move into the bay and the water temperature cools. This summer in Cape May has been a good one, we rescued a puppy and she became our newest family member. We also said farewell to an older family member at the final twilight of his life. The cycle of life continues from old to new, as the cycle as season continues from summer to fall. So take your Cape May beach tags and put them away in draw as another well earned summer souvenir and go out and enjoy the start of the fall season in Cape May with your loved ones.

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Blogging from My Boat in Cape May – Another Summer Ends in Cape May

Another Summer has come to an end in Cape May. This week end celebrates the official change over to the fall season. As we clean up our homes, and boats and put away our summer toys as we anticipate the upcoming holiday season and the end of our year. It’s tough to make the adjustment from living in your favorite worn out flip flops, those baggy torn shorts or your favorite sundress to wearing shoes and discarding that comfortable t-shirt with a small rip in the collar, thats broken in just right. I personally don’t throw away that t-shirt, I bring it home as a small well earned summer treasure from the boat to stack in my dresser draw and take it out during a cold winter night or reuse it for another summer year or vacation. There’s something about putting away your slightly rusty beach chair with a hint of mildew smell which adds finality to the end of the summer. As the cycle of life continues, so does the cycle of summer at the Jersey Shore. You can feel fall in the cool air on the dock in the evening, you can start to see the birds preparing for migration. In the morning as you walk the slippery dew covered planks, you can hear the baitfish stir on the surface as the fall predators move into the bay and the water temperature cools. This summer in Cape May has been a good one, we rescued a puppy and she became our newest family member. We also said farewell to an older family member at the final twilight of his life. The cycle of life continues from old to new, as the cycle as season continues from summer to fall. So take your Cape May beach tags and put them away in draw as another well earned summer souvenir and go out and enjoy the start of the fall season in Cape May with your loved ones.

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