Sean had a meet up group on Sunday, the 9th, so I tagged along. He didn’t spend the entire time at Seacrets! We went out to dinner after the afternoon meet up and had a yummy dinner at Peaky’s, a restaurant on the 8th floor of Fenwick Inn a few miles down the road. I love meal coupons (thanks to entertainment.com) and had $15 toward my dinner. I had prime rib and lobster tail and Sean had two lobster tails! We hadn’t eaten for a while (brought BLT to stop and eat) and we dove into our meals. I also thank Trip Advisor for their reviews. The prime rib was perfect! The lobster was good, but a little dry. Sean said both of his were fine.
Here are a few nice shots of mainly our view from the top floor.
View from our table. The ocean changed as the sun set from that medium blue to steely gray.
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We headed to the boardwalk to see a laser show, but couldn’t find parking. We didn’t want to park in the inlet, which proved an unwise choice as that’s where the sphere on the beach with the laser show was!
We enjoyed watching this fellow make bubbles.
And some other scenes from the boards
The next day we did some geocaching. Actually we stopped in a few spots and got 5 Sunday and 5 Monday. We had stopped in Milton, DE for lunch and a few caches. First we found the Doghead Brewery and a cache was near there. Sean was interested in that. Then we located the historic society where another cache was.
Tree house at the Dogfish Brewery
Where we ate our Sunday lunch.
Milton Historical Society
Bethany Nature Center. We didn’t go in this one either.
Goodbye seashore. Our visit was brief, but we know we’ll be back to explore other new places nearby.