We ran all over town for these, but on bikes, it was really fun! Art Hunting!
#04, (Top Left) Pelican Loft
Artist, Linda Welsh
#11, (Top Right) Blue Moon Restaurant
Artist, Rob Dick
#02, (Bottom Left), Mizzen Mast
Artist, Patty Shreeve
#14, Bottom Right, Sunshine Octopus
Artist, Richard Stevens
#17, (Top Left) Laura Simon & Katherine Bishop for CAMP REHOBOTH
Artist, Sandra Arkin
#16, (Top Right) The Shops of 33 Baltimore
Artist, Debbie Abblyby, Marliyn Nugent, & Kimberly Donald
# 05, (Bottom Left) Alison Bateman, Jack Lingo Realtors, & Bernie Bateman, Blvd. Ford
Artist, Courtney Bateman
#21, (Bottom Right) Aerie Art Galery
Artist, Prof. Jinchul Kim & Salsbury Art Students.
#10 (Top Left) Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce
Artist, Linda Minkowski
#12 (Top Right) Prudential Gallow, Realtors
Artist, Aina Nergaard Nammack (wow)
#13 (Bottom Left) The Village at Bear Trap Dunes
Artist, Jean Doran
#15 (Bottom Right) Kathy Devies-Harmon, Senior V.P. Morgan Stanley
Artist, Wendy Carr
#20 (Top Left) Bellinger's Jewelers
Artist, Julie Baxendall
# 07 (Top Right) Movies at Midway
Artist, Jennifer August
#18 (Bottom Left) Delaware National Bank
For the Life Guard Patrol, Rehoboth Beach
Artist, ??????????? (You tell us)
#22, (Bottom Right) Rehoboth Toy & Kite Co.
Artist, Patti Shreeve
Take your car or go by foot on ferry from Lewis Delaware to Cape May NJ and back. Leave in morning, return in evening. Ferry has restaurant (indoor and climate controlled), and gift shop. In season, you can ride a trolley car to Cape May from Ferry.
Okay, this place isn't really off the beaten path, but in comparison to the crowded beach, it feels like you're miles away. I took this picture of Lake Gerar near the intersection of 2nd and Olive Streets and it was certainly one of the most peaceful, quiet spots in town.