Last night, on our last evening here, the four of us headed out for one last stop on our Wildwood tradition list…the Boardwalk.
As usual, things were hustlin’ and bustlin’!
We even got to catch the tram car and listen to the repetitive “Watch the tram car, please!” blasting from its speakers a few dozen times.
It sure wouldn’t be a trip to Wildwood without the tram car.
Aaaand just because you haven’t already seen about five bajillion of them, here’s another self-taken photo of me and Jay. Hey, at least we’ve never had one taken on a boardwalk before.
We had a few places that we planned on stopping at while on the boardwalk…one of which being Curley’s.
Curley’s has, in my opinion, some of the best boardwalk fries around. And while I easily could have been content on just making a dinner out of ‘em, I figured it wouldn’t exactly have been the dinner of champs.
I ordered myself a Chicken Cheesesteak and, unbeknownst to me, it was enormous. Really enormous.
So since I still wanted to leave plenty of room for the real goods at hand, I ended up cutting one half of my sandwich into thirds, sharing it with the group, and ate the other half for myself. It was good, for boardwalk grub.
But as I mentioned before, the real star of the show was the fries. We ordered a big bucket to share amongst us all and I certainly did my part contributing to its dwindling portions.
Does this all right here not spell v-a-c-a-t-i-o-n or what??
After dinner, we walked around the boardwalk a bit more so we could make another necessary pit stop at Douglass Fudge.
Every year we came to Wildwood, we always had to make a stop into Douglass Fudge so we could load up on fudge to bring back for my grandparents, our friends, and of course, ourselves.
While they do have some amazing fudge, it seems to lose its appeal for me once I get back home with it. So rather than waste our money, Jay and I decided to skip on the fudge.
But that doesn’t mean we left empty-handed!
While walking around the store, I found myself getting a sudden urge for saltwater taffy. I just had to have it…
So I got it.
The girl working there was very nice and said that I could even choose my own flavors, so I got three of my favorite flavors: vanilla, orange, and cherry.
After we got our goods, the boardwalk quickly began to feel extremely crowded and loud, so we scooted out of there and headed back to the hotel to hang out for the rest of the evening.
Now this morning, we’re packing things up for the last time and getting ready to head back home. As sad as I am to leave, as always, I am quite excited to go back and see my little Cody. Even if he did hijack my blog again.
Stay tuned this afternoon for an awesome Fashion Friday post…but for now, I’ll see ya from New York!!
Question for the Morning:
What’s your favorite fair/boardwalk/carnival foods to get? (fries, fried dough, etc.)
Do you like fudge? What flavors?