This summer has definitely been all about the beach tour for me so far! It seems the last two summers I was off to the west coast and gay camping, so it was time to get back to my beach roots which I have always enjoyed! I have never lived at the beach, but I met lots of men there, and have got a education in drinking there! And there is something about the ocean's calming effect on your soul. Why one night I even just sat on the beach by myself and though of how life has changed, and all the people who have come and gone. I totally forgot where this was going, but anyho, I did have a very relaxing time and the weather couldn't have been more beatuiful. Good times, good food, strong cock-a-tails and the men of the beach, all conspired to make a beautiful trip, and I behaved, as I was there with the hand full of the Lad and his crew! And while the east has many nice beaches, I have been going to Rehoboth for years now. Rehoboth Beach packs a lot of options into a few streets. Here old-time charm and modern amenities blend to offer a wonderful beach town experience for visitors and residents alike. Rehoboth Avenue is the bloodline of downtown, running from Rt. 1 to the Boardwalk. Baltimore Ave. to the North, and Wilmington and Delaware Avenues to the South make up the main business district of this quaint seaside resort, long a popular, very gay destination spot for people from Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Jersey and New York. And people are ever so friendly there. Why one cute guy didn't even get mad when I grab some junk! I got confused and thought it was a taffy pull contest!!!! Some of the beautiful sites.....
Some of the beautiful shots of the natural beach, our quarters, and the ocean. The one thing I always enjoy about Rehoboth is they keep the beach very much untouched, and nature like with sand dunes and sea grasses.
A rousing game of good old-fashioned Drag volleyball!
I'm a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world, life in plastic, it's fantastic! No it isn't! I thought a plastic speedo would be cute to watch the drag volley ball in. It was a bit hot, and the boys were sticking to it like flies on fly paper, and I just wasn't feeling it,it was chestnuts on a open fire, so I went back to a square cut style! And I couldn't get pass the obnoxious noise that thing made!
The famous, cute and ever helpful life guards of Rehoboth. I thought at first they were coming after me, as, at one point I was choking on my shell necklace, but they were just training. I thought about letting the tides take me out far just to get rescued, but my luck, I'd be swept out to sea!
Ahhhhhhhh, what good memories.Upon getting back to the Casa, which is all done now, except for a few furtinure pieces I need to get yet, I also had a lovely time with my good friends from Harrisburg who poped in for a visit, the Capital Street Duo, who are always entertaining.We spent a nice night out in New Hope. And then it was back to work for this one. Ah, how bad can it be, was only a three day week! Now I just have to get caught up with yous guys! Did I miss anything juicy?