Leave it to the 60s playtime experts — literally. Don’t try this at home. It’s pretty likely that parents this era are looking at this retro fall Fair Haven scene in horror.Continue reading Retro Leaving Fall to the Neighborhood Kids
A must of a seasonal reprise, just because … The season says it all. Every fall has a rise and these RFH guys always seemed to find a way to rise to the occasion of a good skateboarding adventure and antics. So, this seasonal reprise from October of 2019 seemed a repeat of the finest RFH kind. Ride on, RFH guys …
You’ve seen them before … this crew of daring, not so diabolical RFH guys who had a little skateboarding club. Call these views the triple threats.Continue reading Retro Fall For Three RFH Guys & a Skateboard
It was just one of those fall Sundays — sunny, crisp and bright in every way. And Rumson-Fair Haven area was soaking in it all.
Take a look …
— Elaine Van Develde
It’s not a typical time of the year for fishing off the end of the Fair Haven Dock. Yet, Wednesday wasn’t a typical fall day, either.
Call it nature’s little overpour of summer. And no one was in a hurry to clean up the spill into the cooler season. The sun was bright, the leaves were turning and falling, and the Navesink River was beckoning the warmth and reflection of the sun and the solace of some lone fishing.
Take a look … (and click to enlarge!)
— Elaine Van Develde
There’s nothing quite like a sun-kissed morning down by the river between a child and a loved one, sand between the toes, water lapping, soaking up the serenity, exploring the Navesink.
Fall may officially be on the calendar, but some glints of summer are still lingering — especially along the Navesink in Rumson.
The sun was shining brightly on the first day of the autumnal season, and people were basking in it.
Take a look.
By Elaine Van Develde
Rumson-Fair Haven area people have been clinging onto summer days by the sea, celebrating locals’ summer into the fall.
The crowds are gone. The temperature is tepid. And the sun gently kisses the the sand and surf. Serenity and solace prevail in a Sea Bright that is still steadily recovering from Hurricane Sandy.
See for yourself.