Located on the north end of Long Beach Island, Barnegat Light is one of the most unique places on our island. It’s know for it’s quaint and peaceful environment, Barnegat Light has the widest beaches on LBI, and is one of the busiest commercial seafood ports on the East Coast, and the Barnegat Lighthouse State Park is a very popular tourist attraction. If you are looking for some peace and quiet, wide streets to bicycle on, and beaches with open space, Barnegat Light is a must-see when you’re at the Jersey Shore!
Hubby and I are planning to do the Full Moon Lighthouse Climb here in September!
New Jersey: [X] Medieval Times Seaside Heights Boardwalk Barnegat Lighthouse Popcorn zoo Garden State discovery museum [X] Cape May Cape May again and again Ellis island tour/Statue of liberty Cake Boss Bakery (Carlo’s) – Hoboken [X] Six flags Great Adventure Washington Crossing Historic Park Paws Discovery Farm Peddlers Village Turtleback Zoo Renaissance Faire May/June Adventure Aquarium [X] Atlantic City Atlantic City again and again for shows Yankees Game Mets Game Bed & Breakfast at Christmas in Cape May Battleship New Jersey Paranormal Museum Asbury Park Seashell Museum Morey’s Piers & Wildwood Grounds For Sculpture Cape May Lighthouse Full Moon Climb Off Roading The Pine Barrens Rock Climbing Lots Of Hiking Hiking parts of the Appalachian trail Bordentown City, NJ for Chalk Paint Dig For Herkimer Diamonds in Herimer NY
Beaches in NJ: Atlantic City Beach Asbury Park Avon-by-the-Sea Barnegat Light Beach Haven Belmar Bradley Beach Cape May Wildwood Beach Keansburg Lavallette Ocean Grove Sea Bright Sea Girt National Guard Base – Military Personnel & dependents with ID, can bring family members/guests Seaside Heights Stone Harbor Ocean City NJ
Philly: Pizzadelphia – June Liberty Bell Independence Hall Phil Museum of Art Reading Terminal Market Run Up Rocky’s Steps Franklin Institute Philly zoo Philly magic gardens Elfreth Alley Franklin square Love Park National constitution center Adventure Aquarium Hershey PA Ricketts Glen State Park
Times Square The met American museum of natural history Empire State Building Central Park Flat Iron Building Gramercy Park Rockefeller Center The Plaza Central Park Bronz Zoo
So much is happening not only in the US with disasters, but all over the world. Hurricanes, Wild Fires, Floods, etc… I haven’t felt much like blogging with all that’s happening here in the states. This is just the very beginning of hurricane season and already Hurricane Harvey has left a wake of destruction and insurmountable loss. These lists were created for disasters here in the United States, but dangerous natural disasters happen all over the globe so I don’t think list items change too many things from country to country, other than of course, emergency response numbers, radio stations, etc…
As the Eastern coastline, Puerto Rico, Florida, and all the gorgeous islands hunker down, evacuate and prepare for Hurricane Irma’s arrival I just wanted to put this out there. And just a note to remember that things like tornado’s and tsunami’s give little to no warning. But you can be prepared for those natural disasters that do give warning. Please evacuate if you can and don’t leave your furbabies behind! Don’t be stubborn, if you can get inland, get inland.’
We had an amazing turnout! We drew a human line in the sand in protest to drilling off our coast and in support of clean energy, like offshore wind. Off shore drilling would have a profound negative impact on our environment, our local businesses, our beaches and our citizens.
This weekend has only reinforced that fact that we have to be even more vocal and more active within our communities politically to be the change and keep our country beautiful, clean and environmentally safe!