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Before the trees were destroyed by snow....

Before the trees were destroyed by snow....

Wilmington, Delaware. "Visit Hanby Middle School, check out my old house, spend time at "the creek" and walk from one end to the other. Eat a load of Mega-fries at Pat's Pizza, get a bunch of zebra cakes and lunchables from the dollar tree, meet up with any of my old friends, steal a shopping cart from Farm fresh and ride it down that big hill"  hopefully Chris knows what to do/where to go with this one

Wilmington, Delaware. "Visit Hanby Middle School, check out my old house, spend time at "the creek" and walk from one end to the other. Eat a load of Mega-fries at Pat's Pizza, get a bunch of zebra cakes and lunchables from the dollar tree, meet up with any of my old friends, steal a shopping cart from Farm fresh and ride it down that big hill" hopefully Chris knows what to do/where to go with this one

Delaware River http://www.vacationrentalpeople.com/vacation-rentals.aspx/World/USA/Delaware/

Delaware River http://www.vacationrentalpeople.com/vacation-rentals.aspx/World/USA/Delaware/

Maryland - just a few miles from home

Maryland - just a few miles from home

The seal of Delaware was first adopted on January 17, 1777, with the current version being adopted April 29, 2004. It contains the state coat of arms surrounded by the inscription "Great Seal of the State of Delaware" and the dates 1704, 1776 and 1787

The seal of Delaware was first adopted on January 17, 1777, with the current version being adopted April 29, 2004. It contains the state coat of arms surrounded by the inscription "Great Seal of the State of Delaware" and the dates 1704, 1776 and 1787

You cannot get any better than Delaware beaches. A true hidden gem on the east coast!

You cannot get any better than Delaware beaches. A true hidden gem on the east coast!

New Castle, DE in the @Washington Post:  "First settled by the Dutch in 1651, New Castle was home to a mixture of Dutch, Swedes and English by the end of the 17th century. The diverse building stock they left behind today composes a historic district in mint condition."

New Castle, DE in the @Washington Post: "First settled by the Dutch in 1651, New Castle was home to a mixture of Dutch, Swedes and English by the end of the 17th century. The diverse building stock they left behind today composes a historic district in mint condition."

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