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  1. #31
    MIke R is offline
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    no.....between hoops and the shops I'll be pretty much tethered to New England until at least April..starting October
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    We'll figure it all out, over a Carib, in about 2 weeks. I'm down to 11 days to go. Film (20lbs) gets shipped down tomorrow.
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    Peter,My best friend, from HS, lives in Atlantic Highlands and, I owe him a visit. His cousin used to tend bar at Ichabod's. That's why we ended up there. With a long sbh trip looming, and about 5 weeks of darkroom work, when I return, I'm not sure when I'll get there. I also want to shoot Sandy Hook, in the winter. It's amazing, that time of year.
    Eddie i grew up with Sandy Hook in my backyard..My parents have been in the same house for ever,up on the hill in Highlands..Every room has River and Ocean views..Sandy Hook is an amazing place in the off season...Plum Island..Horseshoe Cove..Its all good..
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  4. #34
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    Doris N Eds.....yummmmmmmmm.... a garden apartment on Shore Drive was my first address upon leaving the nest...for 6 months...then I headed to Long Branch
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  5. #35
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    Actually,Sandy Hook reminds me of Cape Cod in a way..Without all the people and buildings..You could put SH on an empty part of the Cape and you could hardly tell the difference,scenary wise.
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  6. #36
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    yup..whenever I fly over it I am reminded it has the same configuation and shape as the Cape...only a lot smaller....and no offense...but a LOT cleaner water
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  7. #37
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    the Capes dunes are way way bigger and more dramatic too
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  8. #38
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    Doris N Eds.....yummmmmmmmm.... a garden apartment on Shore Drive was my first address upon leaving the nest...for 6 months...then I headed to Long Branch
    Then you have eaten my Moms Cheesecake at D & E's..Back in the day,she was a serious baker..She baked for D & E's,Careless Navigator,Ichabods,Bahrs..She was legendary for her Cheesecakes...Baked at home and delivered..She even got a write up in Zagats one year for Careless Navigator..Careless got a pretty lousy review,but the reviewer said,skip dinner and head for the homemade pies and cakes..
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    Hey! Maybe it's time to start ewronline.com !
    We got your restaurants. We got your beaches. We got your shopping. What's it to ya?
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  10. #40
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    yes Peter...no doubt I had your moms cheesecake...I ate there plenty



    some of the beautiful dunes of P Town..



    Race Point beach...P Town




    Long Nook Beach....Truro

    now THIS is a dune...look at it next to that tent and those people climbing it to get an idea of scale




    look at how white that sand is....Race Point Beach

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  11. #41
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    cool pics...yes the Cape has cleaner water for sure..and bigger dunes..but for ugly NJ,Sandy Hook aint too shabby...thank God the Govt owns it,or it would have Condos,Timeshares and Casinos..LOL...But,I bet one day..
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  12. #42
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    Miker-you should suggest to your bud Andy,to give Spring Lake a try for a quick Weekend Getaway..He,im sure would love it,and fairly close too..I would tell him myself,but we dont speak much..LOL
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    Dennis, first of all I must say, Chicago is a beautiful city. Spent this past just got back yesterday for a short three day trip. Saw the Cubs vs Sox at Wrigley (beautiful park) and had a great meal at bin36 and two great lunches at 11 city diner. Saw mayor Daley there the first time. I must say, the people are really, really nice.

    Now to the point. Check out Chatham Bars Inn. My wife and I got married there almost three years ago and it is beutiful. There is a beautiful little town with nice shops etc and a georgeous beach as well as a smaller beach in front of the inn. yes it will be busy no matter when you go, provided it is summer, but no matter where you go on the cape it will be the same.

    Mike R, Dennis-toxic? Hmmm, not near the family's cape house. It is actually quite nice. I am not sure if you mistook Dennis for Heinous, ooops, I mean Hyannis?
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  14. #44
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    Bin...you are in E Dennis by Sesuit??...no???..whole different animal...and you know that...I am referring to RT 28 area from Hyannis through Yarmouth to the Dennis town line and not to include Dennis....no harm no foul
    Chatham Bars Inn is a great choice....old money for sure....the place is getting a little dated looking lately I think...but Chatham is a nice town
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    Yes you are correct. About Sesuit and 28. As far as the inn goes, some major resort company has actually purchased it and has dropped a bucket load of money into it "cheer" it up. The had just finished a wine cellar for guests to have receptions in etc that was beautifully done as well as a smaller private dinning room for parties which is set up with "stadium" seating which all look towards what almost seems like a set for a cooking show with plasma screens that show exactly what the chef is doing while he cooks the meal for you. I have not seen the finished product yet but I am sure it is nice.
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  16. #46
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    sounds good for CBI...I'll have to check it out one rainy day when Im not working
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  17. #47
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    Re: The Cape, et al

    Dennis, first of all I must say, Chicago is a beautiful city. Spent this past just got back yesterday for a short three day trip. Saw the Cubs vs Sox at Wrigley (beautiful park) and had a great meal at bin36 and two great lunches at 11 city diner. Saw mayor Daley there the first time. I must say, the people are really, really nice.

    Now to the point. Check out Chatham Bars Inn. My wife and I got married there almost three years ago and it is beutiful. There is a beautiful little town with nice shops etc and a georgeous beach as well as a smaller beach in front of the inn. yes it will be busy no matter when you go, provided it is summer, but no matter where you go on the cape it will be the same.

    Mike R, Dennis-toxic? Hmmm, not near the family's cape house. It is actually quite nice. I am not sure if you mistook Dennis for Heinous, ooops, I mean Hyannis?
    Bin,

    Chicago is beautiful this time of year. Last night, I took Elvis out for a "quick" walk around 8 and wound up along the lakefront admiring the beautiful skyline. You got a great day Saturday but a crappy one Sunday. Wrigley is not too far from my place. We sometimes ride our bikes to games.

    Bin36 is where I watched MikeR down 3 or 5 GG's a few years ago...

  18. #48
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    Re: Bin36

    is that where we were????....I was trying to think of what the name of that place was...that whole weekend was a bit fuzzy...and you werent exactly empty handed yourself young fella...LOL
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  19. #49
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    Re: Bin36

    Guilty

  20. #50
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    Re: Bin36

    Love Bin 36...we were there a couple years ago...glad it's still there.

  21. #51
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    Re: Bin36

    bev...yeah its all coming back to me now....Bin36 is still there and is attached to the House of Blues Hotel which is where I was staying in town for a friends 40th B day...which is how I ended up meeting Dennis there

    and I agree with Bin...Chicago is a great town....
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