A Little Lunch Love

Cape May Peanut Butter Company

Admitting you have the problem is the first step. And we admit it – we’re hooked on Cape May Peanut Butter Company. Fresh, fresh, fresh nut butters of all kinds, ground right on the premises – two different sizes to take home. Or pick your favorites for a delicious sandwich – we’re partial to the organic peanut butter with strawberry jam (but sometimes we switch it up with blueberry). We’ll see you there.

A Day on the Ferry

There are fabulous photographs in every issue of Cape May Magazine, but there isn’t enough room for them all.

For the spring’s Ferry me across the Bay feature, we sent staff photographer Michelle Bumm on a round-trip ride
on the Cape May- Lewes Ferry. She went from the wheel house to the engine room, photographing every inch of
the M.V.  New Jersey. Here are a few of my favorites that didn’t make it into this issue.

Thank you, Captain Rick McCann and Pilot Melissa Velli for being such good models.


Captain Rick McCann



They Will Surf Again

In our spring 2014 issue, Tommy Raniszewski interviewed Chad de Satnick about the Life Rolls On event “They Will Surf Again,” held annually in Wildwood Crest. During the event, as many as 40 spinal cord injury victims are accompanied into the ocean by volunteers to presue their love of surfing. This video, taken by volunteer Nik Pattantyus, gives you a unique perspective and in-the-thick-of-it point of view. We challenge you to watch it and not feel inspired.

“Our surfers were courageous and committed to catching the biggest and best waves,” Nik said. “And the communication, decision-making, and leadership exhibited by every one of our volunteers was clear and focused. The pure joy and freedom experienced by the surfers is contagious.”

The next event will be held on June 15, 2014. Go to www.liferollson.org for more information. And thank you, Nik, for sharing this video with us!


Option 7Welcome to the new Cape May Magazine website!

We’re really excited about it, but then again we’re excited about a lot of things around here. That’s because we’re heading in a new fresh direction. To make that happen, we’ve asked one of our best contributing writers, Kate Chadwick, to take the helm as our new editor.

Cape May Magazine has always been about the people, places and things that keep Cape May and the surrounding region close to you, no matter where you happen to be. Our new and improved website works seamlessly with our print issues, bringing you more of the Cape May sights and information you’ve grown to love. It’s our hope that together, the magazine and the website will help you feel like you are right here in
Cape May – no matter how far away you are or how often you get here.

So visit with us often. Leave your comments, share the links with your friends, and please – let us know what you think. Remember if you can’t get to Cape May, don’t fret. It’s our distinct pleasure to bring Cape May to you.