|Bill and me at Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge|
Bill and I discovered Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge.
Last week was Bill's 87th birthday. Next month will be my 74th birthday. We're two old men.
|Bill checks out an early settler family graveyard at Prime Hook|
What do two old men like to do? Well, for one thing we like to get out of the house at least once a day. I
|Bill reads the information about the family graveyard - so quite - so peaceful|
One of our favorite rides is taking a ride down the dead end Oyster Rocks Road which is right outside our development. Last week we couldn't make that ride because the nor'easter that blew through this area flooded the road.
Our alternative is to take the two mile ride up Route One to the Broadkill Beach houses. We took that ride last week and were again blocked by flooded roads. Both Oyster Rocks Road and the Broadkill Beach houses are located in wetlands.
Since we were thwarted again I took a left to see where the Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge Road led. Well guess what folks? That long road led to the beautiful, peaceful, and tranquil Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge. Wow. It only took me nine years (we moved down here in Delaware in November of 2007) to find this magnificent gem.