Mini Reunion

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA         Holding the mini-reunion on the first Thursday of June worked out well.  As we did last year, Leon West, Jerry Jerome, and myself, along with our spouses, stayed overnight at the Tahiti Inn with a perfect location at 12th and Boardwalk and low preseason rates.  Nancy Musser drove over from her home in Avalon to join us for the day.   Later, we all went to the Anchorage Tavern Restaurant in Somers Point, that I had never heard of, on Bay Avenue, that I had never heard of, either.  Bay Avenue in Somers Point looks across Great Egg Harbor Bay to Bay Avenue in Ocean City.  The restaurant was friendly and informal with good food and service, at least on this midweek, early-season day.  We ate on the porch with a view of the bay.  I would definitely go back again.  After dinner, back on the Boardwalk, we unexpectedly saw a fireworks display launched from about 6th Street.  We left about noon on the following day.  The only glitch was that I had to forfeit a $20 deposit when I lost the TV remote.  I did a thorough search and knew it was not in the car, in the suitcases, or in the room.  Two days later, I found it in my pocket, mailed it back, and got a return of my $20.  (In my defense, I was wearing cargo shorts with seven pockets.)  We talked of perhaps staying two nights next year.

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About Roger Walck

My reasons for writing this blog are spelled out in the posting of 10/1/2012, Montaigne's Essays. They are probably not what you think.
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