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Wednesday, June 11, 2008

The Beach Again


Long as everyone is making beach plans, here's a bit from the Otterloop's first trip to the beach, in '04. I grew up going to the Maryland beaches Rehobeth, Cape May & Bethany Beach, with side trips to Ocean City for some more raucous fun. Actually, way back in the '60s we'd go to Atlantic City, when it was an elegant place with older hotels and the boardwalk had little trams full of old ladies in hats and white gloves. That's about my speed these days, without the white gloves.

But here the Otterloops are visiting Geek's Neck, which seems to be like Ocean City with the volume turned down. I think the Big Fry place is a good idea; if there were a franchise available I'd buy one.

2 comments:

B Moore said...

Love the Winsor McCay-esque walking shack.

And yeah, writing to Grandma is always hard. Best to take up most of the page with fun little drawings.

paul bowman said...

The Endless Fry strip! One of my favorites.