July 2013

Cape May Magazine welcomes summer with a July issue packed with stories that have a little something for everyone. For you lighthouse lovers, “Passport to the Past” takes the reader on a seven-hour cruise of the lighthouses of the Delaware Bay and each one has a story more interesting than the other. Mark Allen writes for the Nature Center of Cape May about their efforts and those of other community organizations to save the turtles. Emil Salvini, the creator and host of PBS- NJTV’s popular television series, Tales of the Jersey Shore and author of Historic Cape May: The Summer City by the Sea, joined the Cape May Magazine freelance team this month to share a tale of Cape May’s original bad boy – Mr. Peter Boyton. Accused of arson and sent packing on a train out of town, Mr. Boyton went on to have a colorful career.

And let’s not forget our team of regulars. Persnickety Chef is just as persnickety as ever with his opinions on what to do with scallops in his column aptly titled The Scalloping Gourmet.

Our mystery food writer visits The Red Store in this month’s Dining with Dina review and the ever adventurous Godfreys set sail on the Whale Watcher in search of – well – whales and dolphins and the like in Field Tripping.

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