This little tree is located just before the third bridge on Seven Bridges Road in Little Egg Harbor, about a mile out in the bay. Each year a tree gets decorated for Christmas by some kind local elves. It’s about as ”Jersey Shore” as it gets. A lone decorated Christmas tree out in the bay.
According to lure, the station was used by the Germans at the beginning of WWI to send secret transmissions between the Ocean County location to Eilvese, Germany beginning June 14th, 1914. However once the U.S. entered the War the station was seized and turned over to the U.S. Navy.
Also according to lure, the station was used to send instructions for the sinking of the RMS Lusitania.
Ok this caught my eye several weeks ago .... where have I been? so I finally got around to getting this article together. It may be a simple answer but you can’t blame me for asking. What is this little building in Toms River? Or maybe more appropriately, what “was” it?
In a recent New Jersey Monthly article in their June 2021 article, the publication looked at “7 hidden beaches” here at the Jersey Shore including Brigantine, Higbee Beach, Strathmere, North Wildwood, Popamora Point and two here in Ocean County!
The Ocean County Mall continues reinventing itself and more news of new eateries coming to Toms River. Recently it was announced that P.F. Chang's and The Turning Point were coming soon to the Ocean County Mall in Toms River, now we are getting word that Daddio's Pizza will soon be joining the Mall in Toms River.
If you are looking for a fun workout, how about a hike on one of our many beautiful boardwalks here in New Jersey. This time around we decided to hike the beautiful Ocean City boardwalk in Cape May County.