One of the things I love to write about is our local history. We have such fantastic history here at the Jersey Shore and this is another piece of our history in Ocean County. The last story I shared with you was entered on the old Methodist Cemetery in Downtown Toms River where three Revolutionary War Veterans are buried. It ...
New Jersey has plenty of history with ties to several significant battles, speeches and moments but if you're looking to explore American History outside of the Garden State, then Virginia is a must vacation trip.
One of the things I enjoy when looking at what stories to share with you is looking at history here at the Jersey Shore and I love to learn about where we live. As they say “You can’t really know where you are going until you know where you have been.”~ Maya Angelou.
So when we look into history, whether here at the Jersey Shore or anywhere in the world, it can lead us down many roads and sometimes you find your answer and other times you end up simply with more questions.
I love to give you articles that help educate and bring awareness to events, organizations and buildings of history here at the Jersey Shore. To give you some insight into things that helped shape our communities here at the Jersey Shore and around New Jersey.
History is a hobby now for me and the more I can find out about our own local “Jersey Shore” history, the better. We may not have the “oldest” history here at the Shore, but we are definitely not the “youngest”.
The weather is so flipping refreshing, I just want to go on New Jersey adventures! I've been researching some cool places to go on the weekends now that we are all able to get out more and I stumbled upon this spooky and historical find!