Sea Isle Lobster

We were on our way back from a couple nights at the Cape May Inn, a Christmas present from our children and decided to mosey back along the shore. We skipped the Wildwoods but went through Stone Harbor, Avalon and stopped for lunch at Mike’s Seafood in Sea Isle. Right by the parking lot was this mounted lobster.


Sea Isle Lobster

Minature Golf Chicken

Willa was spending the day and we decided to get some exercise at Waltz Golf Farm.  Two minature golf courses, a driving range and Turtle Creek Golf make up the Farm. While there we spotted this chicken so Willa and I posed for this photo, putters in hand.

Waltz Golf Farm Chicken



Paso Robles FlipFlop

We were in California visiting Julia, Dan and the kids. Mid-week, while they were working, we took a side trip to the Paso Robles wine area. Walking through town we saw this large flip-flop in front of Kahuna’s Surf store on 12st Street across from City Park.


Paso Robles Flip Flop

Oxnard Rubber Duckie

We were on our way to Santa Barbara to meet up with Julia for lunch on the pier. Julia drove up earlier to meet with a donor and let us know about this Big Rubber Duckie in Oxnard. We jumped off The 101 and circled back to the Re-Bath location. They call themselves the “World’s Largest Bath Remodeler.” I don’t know if that is true, but this is probably the largest Rubber Duck I’ve seen.

Oxnard Rubber Duck

Housick Falls, NY Chairs

On our way to visit Chris and Rick ianchesn Mter, Vermont we passed Creative Custom Woodward in Housick Falls, NY with not only these Big Chairs but probably an acre or two of regular sized Adirondack chairs displayed and ready for sale. We stopped on our way home to grab these photos. A little farther along Rt. 22 there was a farm market where we picked up some sugared donuts and apple cider.


NY Chairs


Willa’s Crayola Experience Visit

We were lucky enough to spend a day with Willa and decided to visit the Crayola Experience in Easton, PA. Well, first we found what must be the World’s Largest Crayon so naturally Willa and I had to have our photo taken by the Chief Photographer. Shortly after we found another Big Crayon and gave Willa her first solo Big Thing photo.  Who knows maybe the Big Thing bug may bite her.  This not the first time she’s been in a Big Thing photo, but the first solo shot.  I think she did pretty good. She even had a matching outfit!