We had the opportunity to spend a few days in Lewes, Delaware, a town I know well because my grandparents live there. Growing up in southern Delaware, James and I both frequently visited nearby Cape Henlopen State Park and Lewes Bay.
Each day, James was working at UD’s Lewes campus and I had the day with the kids. Most days we went to the beach for a few hours, then hit the hotel pool, then relaxed int he hotel before grabbing a quick dinner when James came home. Our hotel didn’t have a kitchenette but we did have a fridge and I had brough a few barebones dining things, so we only ate out for dinner.
Unfortunately, I hadn’t charged the camera so I didn’t get as many photos as I usually do, but I’m sharing what I did capture.
Also, you’ll notice a dearth of photos of Evelyn (12 years old). This is because she came down with a nasty head cold halfway through our beach holiday and ended up resting rather than participating in some of the summertime festivities.