So my son and I took an overnight trip to Wildwood on May 16th to the 17th to see how the island was opening up during the Covid-19 pandemic. The weather was great on Saturday although things really cooled off on Sunday. There was a decent number of people on the boardwalk and beach although we didn't see many people wearing masks or trying to social distance themselves. Even most police and sanitation workers on the boardwalk were not wearing masks. The only thing that was allowed to be open on the boardwalk were food establishments, and they were all take-out. We did, however, see people eating at the tables in Snow White...but not in any other restaurants. Here are some pictures and observations from the trip:
I got my first slice of Mack's Pizza for the season from the Robert's Ave Mack's...both locations were open. It was so good that I got a second slice on Sunday. That slice was even better than my first!
The Olympic Flame facade looked freshened up.
A new mural on the Auntie Anne's wall.
A new food establishment going in at Spicer Ave.