One of the great things about living here at the Jersey Shore is the beautiful Atlantic Ocean that we get to enjoy. According to Google ... "The New Jersey Atlantic Ocean coastline is roughly 130 miles in length".
As the Seastreak website says, "New York is bursting out in a brilliant autumn kaleidoscope. Make the most of it by cruising up the tree-lined Hudson River to historic Cold Spring, NY, aboard a state-of-the-art Seastreak catamaran." Score a 4-pack of tickets and a $100 Visa Cash Card all courtesy of Hackensack Meridian Health.
As the Seastreek website says, "Get Up Close And Personal With Whales, Dolphins & More Magnificent Creatures Of The Sea." Score a 4-pack of tickets and a $100 Visa Cash Card all courtesy of Hackensack Meridian Health.
A few visitors had a "whale" of a time in Asbury Park this Saturday morning (Nov. 12)!
A small boat off the coast got quite a surprise when a few whales decided to join them for a swim! The whales were headed North up the beach, and several residents on the boardwalk got quite a show
Check out this video captured by Caroline Novack...
It's the year of weddings for Duzzy and me, as we attended our 5th of 2014 this past weekend in Rhode Island.
Luckily we were able to get a mini-vacation in on Cape Cod before the wedding, and spent a little time on a whale watching boat. The photos and videos really speak for themselves!
If you've never seen a whale up close, it's one of the coolest things ever. I went on a whale-watching trip last summer in Cape Cod and would recommend it to everyone.
What I wouldn't recommend is diving so close to whales that they almost eat you.