Fall 2009

What do you have when temperatures are cooling, the sun is setting earlier and you have a better than 50 percent chance of finding a parking lot? Well, the Fall issue of Cape May Magazine, of course. The issue will not disappoint. Eclectic and always a good read, we have stories on cowboys, I Shoulda Been A Cowboy, society matrons, Avant-Garde and En-Garde, and a Persnickety Chef column on “Finding Comfort in the Kitchen” and how to make steak and kidney pie, just highlight a few. And when you read the issue in the convenience of your home, we hope you will be inspired to come back. If you live here, we hope you will be inspired to come out, walk around and remember how lucky you are to be living here.

Feature Stories:

Yee Haw! Cowtown heroes take to the saddle
Offshore windmills could change energy tide
The Skinner women and the last estate
Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Weekend Sleuth

$ 8.00