Jenkinson’s Sea of Light

Published December 22, 2013 by Maryanne

SAM_3140Snow kisses!

Last night my husband and I took a last minute trip down to the Jersey Shore to check out the Sea of Light show at Jenkinson’s Aquarium in Point Pleasant, Jersey Shore. It was a gorgeous night, unseasonably warm at almost 60 degrees! It felt good being in the humidity and walking on the boardwalk!

SAM_3144Underwater World!

SAM_3145Me and a Christmas Elf friend!

SAM_3146Buried Treasure!

SAM_3151Was that fin on your back part of the deal? SHARK!

SAM_3163Pretty!

SAM_3176Magical sea horse

SAM_3188Hawaiian Christmas

SAM_3190Dennis, love of my life!

SAM_3197Jelly fish!

SAM_3202Penguin

SAM_3207White penguin

SAM_3223I won a snow man!

SAM_3224Fun House

SAM_3225Sandy devastation

SAM_3233Rudolph in restaurant

We topped off the evening with a snack. I had a few Blue Moon beers and oysters — yum!

SAM_3234Beautiful water view at the Wharf Side restaurant

SAM_3240Cool tree house with Christmas decorations

6 comments on “Jenkinson’s Sea of Light

  • Sounds like a great impromptu trip! I’m jealous. Actually, I’m planning on going to First Night Ocean City in Seaside Heights New Year’s Eve … weather permitting. I’ve been putting it off each year … but this year I’m determined! Have a blessed Christmas and happy New Year!

  • Hi Maryanne! 🙂
    Wow, you look gorgeous and it looks like you a great time.
    Great photos and go you for winning the snowman! Woohoo!
    Merry Christmas to you and Dennis. Hugs and nite from Oz, Paula xxxx

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