Apparently some guy launched a small seaplane from the boat ramp at Beach Haven. He got about 30′ in the air and crashed. It seems that he is OK.
Read the full story in the Asbury Park Press.
We’ve all been watching the construction of the Manahawkin bridge over the last few years. Sometimes we’ve gotten a good look as we’ve been stuck in traffic. Other times you can’t look anywhere as you are in a cattle chute. Continue reading
Unfortunately, this photo does not do the M&M Steam bar justice. It sold raw and cooked seafood. As I recall, the M&M ended operations after Hurricane Sandy. Continue reading
The Hudson house is a no-frills local bar located on 13th street between Long Beach Boulevard and North Beach Avenue in the middle of a residential neighborhood. There is very limited parking available. Many visitors walk or bicycle. Continue reading
Marvel’s Market in Spray Beach was located where the new WaWa stands. Marvels was a small ‘supermarket’. One of the things I remember most was the doughnut machine making endless doughnuts. There is a small deli on the other side of the boulevard that still makes the doughnuts. Continue reading
The Express Restaurant in Surf City was a collection of freight and passenger cars arranged into a restaurant. The restaurant closed some time around 2006. The cars are no longer on LBI
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