Mansions & Gazebos in Rehoboth Beach: Includes Photos

Gazebos adorn Silver Lake like a strand of pearls.
Gazebos adorn Silver Lake like a strand of pearls. | Source

Nearby Rehoboth Beach Bandstand Gazebo

Rehoboth Beach Bandstand is approximately a 1/2 mile north of Silver Lake. If one walks to the south end of the boardwalk and turns right they will see the lake straight ahead.
Rehoboth Beach Bandstand is approximately a 1/2 mile north of Silver Lake. If one walks to the south end of the boardwalk and turns right they will see the lake straight ahead. | Source

Silver Lake, Steps From Rehoboth Boardwalk

This hub will feature the exclusive Silver Lake area of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, and will include a photo gallery of its mansions, gazebos, outdoor seating areas and wildlife. Most visitors come to Rehoboth Beach to enjoy its mile long boardwalk, fine restaurants, bandstand entertainment, art galleries and the unique boutiques that line beautiful Rehoboth Avenue. Thousands of tourists enjoy the town's sandy beaches and numerous festivals throughout the year, but not many realize that if they walk to the south end of the boardwalk and turn right onto Queen St. they can stroll, jog, or bike ride around a glittering fresh water lake. Private gazebos adorn Silver Lake's shoreline like a strand of pearls. Here, amidst lavishly landscaped lawns and gardens one feels miles away from the hustle and bustle of activity on the boardwalk and yet this stunning walk is just a few blocks inland. This hub is a pictorial tour of Silver Lake during a sunny fall day and all the photos were taken by Gail Sobotkin, the hub's author. The area is full of prime real estate and has an exclusive feel to it but the community is not gated and as long as visitors stay on the public sidewalks or street they can enjoy the stunningly lovely views, abundant wild life and quiet beauty of the lake.

Beautiful Mansions on Silver Lake with Gazebos

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Like many houses on Lake Drive this one overlooks Silver Lake and has a private gazebo on the shoreline. (See next photo).Like all gazebos on Silver Lake, this one is private. View of house with private gazebo as seen from the lake. This grouping of chairs overlooks the lake and a cluster of gazebos.
Like many houses on Lake Drive this one overlooks Silver Lake and has a private gazebo on the shoreline. (See next photo).
Like many houses on Lake Drive this one overlooks Silver Lake and has a private gazebo on the shoreline. (See next photo). | Source
Like all gazebos on Silver Lake, this one is private.
Like all gazebos on Silver Lake, this one is private. | Source
View of house with private gazebo as seen from the lake.
View of house with private gazebo as seen from the lake. | Source
This grouping of chairs overlooks the lake and a cluster of gazebos.
This grouping of chairs overlooks the lake and a cluster of gazebos. | Source

Wildlife is Abundant

Great White Egret in Tree.
Great White Egret in Tree. | Source
Geese sunning themselves on dock.
Geese sunning themselves on dock. | Source

Facts About Silver Lake and its Abundant Wildlife

Silver Lake is one of the closest fresh water lakes to the Atlantic Ocean along the east coast and is designated as a waterfowl preserve making it a popular attraction for wildlife photographers who capture stunning images of the lake and its flocks of ducks, Canada geese and other aquatic birds, fish, several species of water turtles and one blue heron. The lake is picturesque and is located directly behind the Atlantic Ocean, between Rehoboth and Dewey Beach. It covers approximately 45 acres and the roads that surround it have luxury condos, townhouses, single family homes, mansions and a few remaining building lots. This pictorial covers the area on Lake Drive which is where most of the mansions and gazebos are situated. Zoning restrictions prevent land that is directly adjacent to this side of the lake from having a permanent standing structure, with the exception of docks and gazebos which is why most of the homes on Lake Drive have unobstructed views of the lake.

Gazebos and Outdoor Seating Arrangements

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Outdoor seating and eating areas are popular. This one is in between a cluster of gazebos. View to the right is shown here. Next photo shows view to the far right. Gazebos as seen from the lake looking toward Lake Drive. Note how house in background is across the street from gazebos. Same grouping of chairs shows view to the left. View of a bridge that crosses over the lake.Example of gazebo with winding pathway leading to it and a lovely garden beside the entry gate. Example of large gazebo with lots of seating directly out on the lake.
Outdoor seating and eating areas are popular. This one is in between a cluster of gazebos. View to the right is shown here. Next photo shows view to the far right.
Outdoor seating and eating areas are popular. This one is in between a cluster of gazebos. View to the right is shown here. Next photo shows view to the far right. | Source
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Gazebos as seen from the lake looking toward Lake Drive. Note how house in background is across the street from gazebos.
Gazebos as seen from the lake looking toward Lake Drive. Note how house in background is across the street from gazebos. | Source
Same grouping of chairs shows view to the left.
Same grouping of chairs shows view to the left. | Source
View of a bridge that crosses over the lake.
View of a bridge that crosses over the lake. | Source
Example of gazebo with winding pathway leading to it and a lovely garden beside the entry gate.
Example of gazebo with winding pathway leading to it and a lovely garden beside the entry gate. | Source
Example of large gazebo with lots of seating directly out on the lake.
Example of large gazebo with lots of seating directly out on the lake. | Source

Cluster of Gazebos

Walkers, runners and bikers are treated to beautiful views of gazebos along the shoreline.
Walkers, runners and bikers are treated to beautiful views of gazebos along the shoreline. | Source

Be Sure to Visit Silver Lake if You're in Rehoboth Beach

Hope you have enjoyed this pictorial stroll through picturesque Silver Lake during the fall season and will come for a real visit to the tourist friendly Rehoboth Beach resort where you can enjoy free concerts and ocean swimming in the summertime and fine dining, festivals and beach combing in spring and fall. Now that you know about the quiet beauty of South Rehoboth's Silver Lake, be sure to take a break from the excitement and many activities on Rehoboth Avenue and the boardwalk to walk, run or bike ride around the lake. Bring your camera and take your own photos of the lovely gazebos and abundant wildlife and don't forget to smile at everyone you meet along the way spreading shineshine wherever you go.

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mary615 5 years ago from Florida

I was wondering when we'd see a new Hub from you. I just knew you wouldn't let the contest go by without you entering. I'm glad you entered this one, because it quite beautiful. I'd hate to be a judge in this contest! Good luck to you, my friend, Mary


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Mary,

Wow you really got here fast. Thanks so much for the kind words and encouragement. I'm sure many of us will be entering hubs and the competition will be really steep but we all have an equal chance of winning the daily drawing! Good luck on your own entries.


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FloraBreenRobison 5 years ago

I've always thought that gazebos were beautiful structures, but the only time I've seen any that look as elaborate as these have been on screen or in pictures. The ones I've seen around here are basic. I love the photographs.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi FloraBreenRobison,

Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a lovely comment. Glad you liked the photos. I've always been in love with gazebos but the ones on Silver Lake are positioned right over the water with such stunning views and some of them are quite large. I live about a half hour north of Rehoboth Beach but go there often to take walks and bike ride and when the crowds are deep in summertime I head for the lake. The whole town is quiet on fall weekdays but I still go to the lake because the changing foliage is beautiful.


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prairieprincess 5 years ago from Canada

HBNurse, these are very inspiring, beautiful views and I can see why you like to walk there! This was a wonderful! The topic was very focused and the photography was exquisite. What a lovely topic. I wish you all the best in the contest!


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Vinaya Ghimire 5 years ago from Nepal

Beautiful pictures, beautiful place.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Prairieprincess,

Thanks so much for the positive and encouraging feedback. It looks like this is going to be an exciting contest with lots of great entries but it's already fun. Loved your poem hub.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Vinaya Ghimire,

Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving such a lovely comment. Your feedback is greatly appreciated.


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Denise Handlon 5 years ago from North Carolina

Awesome fall photos! Nice to see you here, Gail. Good luck with the contest. I voted 'hope to visit R.B. in Delaware in the near future. :)


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Alastar Packer 5 years ago from North Carolina

Lovely place Gail. Very enjoyable discovering Silver Lake through your photos and words. The gazebos are so picturesque and the wildlife is just wonderful. Even turtles sunning on a log. Love birds AND reptiles. Thanks Gail, if I ever have the good fortune to visit Delaware Rehoboth Beach/ Silver Lake will be a must-see!


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Stephanie Henkel 5 years ago from USA

Silver Lake looks like a lovely, peaceful place to enjoy a walk on a fall day. I love the pretty white gazebos that are built out over the water, and I can just imagine sitting out there with a book or sketch pad and a cup of coffee. You've captured the elegance and grace of the gazebos and the community so well in your photographs! Good luck with the contest! This hub is a great kick-off!


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WillStarr 5 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

It just occurred to me that without wealthy people, we wouldn't have any of these beautiful things.

Voted way up!


Sunnie Day 5 years ago

Dear Gail,

What a beautiful place and a very informative hub with breathtaking pictures. I have never been along the east coast except Wahington DC. Maybe one day..Thank you for sharing a wonderful hub.

Sunnie


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Rosemay50 5 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

I am unlikely to ever get ti the uSA again so being able to visit these beautiful places through someone elses eye is a real treat. These Gazibos that are built over the water are so pretty.

Thank you for sharing and giving a little insight of this lovely place


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A.A. Zavala 5 years ago from Texas

The east coast seerms more beautiful with your hubs. Thank you so much for sharing!


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ripplemaker 5 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

I love the Silver lake photos and the gazebos. Would love to stay there and just laze around...so beautiful! :)


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CMHypno 5 years ago from Other Side of the Sun

These are stunningly beautiful photos - another place to put on my 'must go to' list!


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Denise,

Love your clever "vote" which gave me a good chuckle but in all seriously I hope you do get to visit the area. In the meantime you have Bella Luna to look forward to!

Thanks, as always, for your support and I'll be on the look out for your own contest submissions.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Alastar,

So happy I could take you on this little tour and that you enjoyed it. Your comment, "Love birds AND reptiles" made me chuckle. I hadn't thought of it in quite that way but it's a very creative image!

Yes, Silver Lake is a must see if you ever get to Rehoboth. Perfect tranquility and beauty. What more could one ask for?

Thanks for your ongoing encouragement and support. It's greatly appreciated.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Stephanie,

I've never been in one of the gazebos but I'm sure it would be heavenly. So glad you liked the photos. Your cacti pictorial was absolutely amazing and I wish you good luck in the contest. Thanks for all your encouragement and support, especially with my photography.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Will,

It's great to see you here. I'll be over in a little while to read your short story. I see from the feed that it's been getting some rave reviews.

I laughed at your comment because whenever I walk through the Silver Lake area I FEEL wealthy, as though I'm walking inside a movie. Such perfection just doesn't seem real, but it is and I thank God that I'm living in America where even the "regular" folk who live in modest homes can walk through an area like this one. I have to say, though, that the residents are incredibly friendly and I appreciate their contribution to the local economy and tax base.

Thanks for the vote up. It's greatly appreciated.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Sunnie,

Thanks so much for your lovely comment. I've never been out west so we're like the flip side of a coin. Maybe someday hubby and I will get there.

The cool thing about southern Delaware is that it's only 2 hours from Washington D.C. and Philadelphia and 3 hours from NYC.

Glad you enjoyed the pictorial visit.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Rosemay,

So glad you enjoyed the tour. One of the great things about hubbing is that we get to visit places all around the globe and hear about the different regions through locals. I always find that fascinating.

Thanks for taking time to leave a comment and for your ongoing support. It's greatly appreciated.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Aw...that's so sweet Augustine,

It's a real pleasure sharing the photos with you. Least I can do after the delight I get from reading or listening to your poetry!

Thanks, as always, for your ongoing support and encouragement.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Welcome Ripplemaker,

It's a great place to do exactly what you said- just kick back and relax!

So glad you enjoyed the photos and I thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Welcome CMHypno,

Hope you do get to visit some day. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.

I was intrigued by your hubber name and checked out your profile, the read your rose story and became an instant fan. Good luck in the Patron of the Arts contest.


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mckbirdbks 5 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

This is a wonderful hub. It grasp a sense of nostalgia, of simpler times, perhaps because these structures are used often in movies. Beautiful photographs. Your Hub was a mini vacation.


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Hyphenbird 5 years ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

This is a beautiful Hub. I also love the pictures and the turtles are so cute. I have a picture of turtles on a log. They must enjoy hanging on while sunning themselves. Great Hub HBN.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Mckbirdbks,

So glad you enjoyed the mini-vacation. You are right about the sense of nostalgia and simpler times. I never really thought of it that way but it totally fits the feeling of the lakeside homes and gazebos which have a simple elegance about them. Makes one remember what life was like before all our technology when we used to sit together with friends and family on warm summer days and nights, entertaining each other with oral stories and sometimes music and song.

Thanks for stopping by. I really enjoyed our little cyber-visit. Sometimes our imaginations are more real than reality itself.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Hyphenbird,

Yes, turtles love to congregate together on a log. I love to watch them climb on. It's amazing how the hoist their hard shelled bodies up and get so close to each other.

So glad you enjoyed the hub and I thank you for stopping by.


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Movie Master 5 years ago from United Kingdom

What a fabulous place and beautiful photos, I thoroughly enjoyed this tour thank you.

Voting up/awesome and good luck in the contest.

Best wishes MM


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

So glad you enjoyed your tour MM, and I thank you for the vote up and good wishes. Am looking forward to your contest entries and wish you all the best. This is really fun so far. A lot of excitement around the hub and soon some lucky and talented hubbers will be $50-$100- and $500 winners!


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Peggy W 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

Such a beautiful area of the country! Thanks for introducing those of us who have never been there (like me) to Silver Lake. The pictures of the waterfront with all of those gazebos and the wildlife are great. Best wishes with the contest. Loved learning about this! Votes definitely up!


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WannaB Writer 5 years ago from Templeton, CA

I think I'd enjoy realizing in one of these gazebos, gazing out at the water, and enjoying the peace.


femmeflashpoint 5 years ago

Boomer, you've maybe missed a calling. You'd make a fabulous tour guide. :)

Silver Lake is stunning and WOW - great job with the photos!! They're excellent! You did wonderful with the showcasing of the gazebos and homes, but the animal shots were my favs. :)


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Peggy,

I'm so thrilled that you enjoyed it. It was fun being the one introducing you to a place you've never been before through pictures. Your stunning pictorials have allowed me to "see" so many places I've never been to in real life and I always know, even before clicking on them, that I'm in for a treat.

Thanks so much for the good wishes and vote up.

BTW: I was truly amazed at the stunning photos you took in your own backyard!


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Welcome WannaB writer,

If you love nature, peace and tranquility you'd be in temporary heaven sitting on one of the gazebos.

Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment. It's greatly appreciated.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Femmeflashpoint,

I'm always happy to see your smiling face in the comment section cause you leave such encouraging and empowering comments. I even read every comment you make to others because they're so cool!

What I know for sure is that I had so much FUN putting this pictorial and the one I just did about Lewes, DE together. I love this area so much and it's a great pleasure to be able to share some of its beauty and history with others, even if it's just through photos and words.

Yes, the wildlife is what makes Silver Lake truly special and I missed a few potentially great shots because I wasn't fast enough with my camera. A great blue heron was near the great egret but flew off before I captured his image. There were also 50 Canadian geese being fed by one of the residents and when I walked by them they took off about 10 feet over my head. What a thrill to see their underbellies so close up! What a shot that would have been, but I was still fumbling to get my camera focussed and missed it.

Thanks again for all your support and encouragement to me and many others on HP. It really means a lot.


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oceansnsunsets 5 years ago from The Midwest, USA

Happyboomernurse, thank you for sharing this amazing hub about a wonderfully beautiful place. I definitely want to visit Silver lake one day in Rehoboth Beach. I have never been to Delaware, but so hope to go in the future.

You sure picked a great day or days to get photos of this area, they seem perfect and so lovely. It was a joy to view them, and take a tour. There is so much offered there as well. I am glad to learn of other areas like this, its going on a dream list of places I hope to visit one day. :) Loved the wildlife too. Excellent hub!


femmeflashpoint 5 years ago

Thank you Boomer. I promise, I get far more from the writers on the Hub than I could ever manage to give.

I learn something new every time I read here, and beyond the mastery at the word smithing, I've met so many people I've come to admire on a personal level, which has been the true nugget of gold in being here.

I'm thrilled that you had fun with your camera! You're becoming quite the accomplished shutter bug!

It's true that I love words, but words with photos are the cherry on the cake, and you put them together for this piece beautifully.

I really have to take a little time and figure out how some of you are including those tiny photos that enlarge in the frame below them. I've just started noticing them, and I think it's a very cool set up because it allows for you to include many more shots.

As my great-grand used to say, "There's just no such a thing" ... as too many pictures. ;)


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Oceansnsunsets,

Hope you do get to visit the Southern Delaware area someday. As a fellow nature/ocean lover you're almost guaranteed to love it.

I took the gazebo and mansion pictures on one day but returned to get some pictures of the wildlife. Was trying to get the great heron who lives there but that'll have to wait for another time. One of the things I love about hubs is that we have the ability to add to them even after they've been published.

Thanks so much for your feedback and support. It's greatly appreciated.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Femmeflashpoint,

I learned how to add the "thumbnail" photos from Denise Watt's hub titled, "How to Write a Great Hub: Adding Visual Interest." You can view this easy to follow tutorial at: http://hubpages.com/community/How-to-write-a-great...

I so agree with everything you wrote about this community. It's so enriching and the writers are so generous with support and the sharing of knowledge. We are truly blessed to be part of it all.


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marcoujor 5 years ago from Jeffersonville PA

Dear Gail,

My mind is going a mile a minute... I am having some AHAs...(hee-hee!):

1-This is truly exquisite and shows that you have a gift with photography! I wish you much good luck with the contest and vote this UP & ABI...

2-I guess I didn't register how "close" we really are to each other... Geoff and I love Tilghman Island, MD as our little getaway but have often commented that we wanted to check out Rehoboth Beach..... and now I have such an excellent review and reason!! I am so happy to bookmark this!

November is exciting in HubLand with everyone's special talents coming alive! "See" you soon, mar!


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Mar,

I totally agree that November is turning into an exciting month in HubLand. It's been only a few days and I'm already having so much fun reading and viewing hubs. And how cool is it that nurses like you and me are doing photography and poetry? Stretching our wings and becoming artistic instead of scientific! I'm sure that's healthy for our brains. (hehe).

Can't believe you've never checked out Rehoboth Beach. You're probably between 2 to 3 hours from all of Southern Delaware's beaches. Lewes is closest to you, then comes Rehoboth. In between both beaches there is wonderful tax free shopping in the Tanger Outlets!

I've been to Tilghman Island on day trips and it was truly lovely and quiet with stunning wildlife. Could see why you like it there so much.

I so appreciate the feedback and encouragement on my photos and the vote up. I'm also happy to learn you're bookmarking this for future reference.

Keep the poetry flowing. I'm really enjoying your series of mantras.


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Danette Watt 5 years ago from Illinois

I just skimmed your hub because I'm behind in a lot of things (like reading hubs) but I enjoyed your photos (again!) I didn't realize Delaware was such a beautiful state. Although I will say that I do like the east. We lived in CT for about 2 years while my husband was stationed in Groton and I really liked it there.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Danette,

I know your free time is really limited and I'm honored that you've checked out so many of my hubs tonight and so glad that you liked them. I'm sure you and your whole family would love a vacation here. So much to do and see and in between doing and seeing there's wonderful "down" time just walking along the beach or reading at the water's edge.


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marcoujor 5 years ago from Jeffersonville PA

Hi Gail,

I just have to agree that the more I "stretch" and admire my "homey RN pals" like you, Sunnie, Pamela, Peggy, Denise..., I tell my students to think of themselves as creative in their Nursing roles. One of my students (a single Mom) started her own blog as a result. One picked up her paintbrush again. We all "do" something... at least when we allow ourselves to, OK... sorry, sweetie! See you around all the excitement, mar!


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Mar,

That's so cool and I think it's an important lesson. Creativity is a vital nursing skill especially in community health and creative hobbies bring balance and release from the stressful job of nursing.

Hugs,

Gail


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thelyricwriter 5 years ago from West Virginia

What a beautiful place HBN. The pictures are quite amazing. I always wanted a home such as this. I like being comfortable in my surroundings. I believe beautiful places put the mind at peace and it helps with writing. I write best when I am calm and the beauty of such places like this, it brings out the creative side. Just like fall HBN, with all the beautiful leaves and perfect temperature days. This just seems like that kind of place. Absolutely stunning. Voted up and across but funny. A great article.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi lyricwriter,

It is that kind of place and when I read your comment I smiled because I often bring a notebook with me and write when I'm at the beach. I find the quiet, "hidden" places and draw inspiration from the beauty that surrounds me. My own home is a basic ranch style house but I love it because it's bright, has a nice yard and is affordable and easy to clean!

Thanks for your kind words. They're greatly appreciated. I hope you get your absolute dream house some day. Dreams are a wonderful thing, especially if we have peace, love and enjoyment in the present. Dreams keep us optimistic and tap into our passions.


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akirchner 5 years ago from Central Oregon

What a lovely collection of gazebo and wildlife photos...it looks like you got your egret just fine!!

Awesome and voted up for beautiful and everything but funny as well~ I'd love to see an egret so will have to put that on my wish list of birds.


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Audrey,

So glad to see you here! Thanks so much for the kind words and the vote up. I was so happy when I saw the egret photo on my computer as I can never tell if I've gotten a decent shot when I'm actually using my digital camera. Went back twice to get the Great Heron and just missed him each time!!!! He flew right by before I could get him in focus and didn't return.


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ubanichijioke 5 years ago from Lagos

Amazing pictures and awesome views. I feel like i ve been there. Great work


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Ubanichijioke,

Am thrilled that you enjoyed the pictorial and appreciate your leaving such a lovely comment.

It's always a pleasure learning about foreign places, isn't it?


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Jane@CM 5 years ago

Such a beautiful peaceful place. The photos are awesome!


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Jane@CM,

Thanks so much. Am glad you enjoyed it and I thank you for stopping by and leaving such a lovely comment. The lake and gazebos are as peaceful as they look in the photos.


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Sharyn's Slant 5 years ago from Northeast Ohio USA

Hi HBN,

Thank you for this beautiful tour. Looks like such a wonderful place to relax. Great photography!

Sharyn


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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina Author

Hi Sharyn,

So glad you enjoyed the tour. Yes, it's a wonderful place that both stimulates and soothes the senses and is a delight to photograph.

Thank you for your feedback. It's greatly appreciated.

Gail

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