Funky little beach town, part I

I was going to do this for TILT (Things I Love Thursday) but didn’t have time, so here it is for Friday.

I do love a funky little beach town like Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, where you can walk the boardwalk and look at the ocean.


Where beautiful old houses are turned into beautiful restaurants


with bold colors,

Blue Moon windows

pretty windows,



colorful awnings


and sunlit potted plants.

Then, just across the street you spy this:

antique car

I love old cars.

More on Monday. Great weekend, everyone.

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13 Responses to Funky little beach town, part I

  1. flyinggma says:

    Fun photos. I love bright colors and old cars too.
    Have a great weekend!

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  3. I love the colors of the house in Rehoboth, too. I just went to Rehoboth for the first time last summer. I’ve lived in MD most of my life, and I’d never been!

    • I didn’t grow up here, so I think that’s why I like to explore different parts of the D.C. area. But I’ve also inherited my dad’s curiosity. He wanted to see and do everything he could.

  4. jacquelincangro says:

    The beach shot looks antique – like a weathered postcard. Nice!

    That colorful house is just begging to have its photo taken. Reminds me of those rainbow houses in Charleston, SC.

    Have a nice weekend.

  5. mindymilburn says:

    Love all the bright colors! That first shot is my favorite, it looks like an old vintage photo 🙂

  6. Caroline says:

    It’s amazing what strong colours can do to an old house like that but I also love the shot with the boardwalk. Puts me in a summer mood.
    Great weekend to you too.

  7. Patti says:

    I love the shore towns along the mid-atlantic coast. I haven’t seen anything like them out here along the pacific. No boardwalks, for one thing.

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