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86 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 19 - Oct. 25, 2001 Cape state park slates nights of fantasy, fright Cape Henlopen State Park is a magical place in the fall, with gentle autumn breezes and blue skies melt into the Atlantic's sur- face. But when the sun sets and darkness descends on the dunes, beaches and forests magic reigns over the nocturnal world of Cape. For two nights, Friday, Oct. 26 and Saturday, Oct. 27, the usually peaceful forest behind the Seaside Nature Center comes to life with the twinkling lights of hundreds of hand-carved jack-o-lanterns. The Seaside Trail at Cape Hen- lopen State Park will come alive with characters straight from fa- vorite fairy tales. Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Little Red Riding Hood, the Old Woman in the Shoe, Dorothy and all her friends from Oz. The quarter-mile trail is an easy walk, and at times may be. hard to keep up with children ea- ger to meet the next character along the trail. Children should be sure to bring a trick-or-treat bag to collect a treat from each character along the trail. Parents and grandparents will not want to leave eras behind, because photo oppor-" tunities abound along the Fantasy Trail. The Trail opens at 6 p.m. and closes 8 p.m. Admission for the Fantasy trail is $3 per person. As night envelops the trail, fairy tale characters disappear into the Continued on page 87 Vista Nieve Continued from page 85 tus at University of Delaware's College of Marine Studies-in Lewes, where he still goes daily fbr research, writing and consult- ing. During his 42-year career he taught and conducted research at Rutgers University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the U.S. Bureau of Commercial Fish- eries laboratory in Oxford, Md., and the Marine Biological Labo- ratory in Woods Hole, Mass. He has published more than 160 sci- entific papers primarily in-the field of malacology - the study of shellfish. He'was born in Santa Marta, Colombia, and lived the first 12 years of his life on his fatnily's coffee plantati'o n known as Vista Nieve (View of Snow). deeper, is available at Browse- Vista Nieve, which also in- about Books in Rehoboth Beach dudes a listing of related litera- and Books By The Bay in Lewes ture for those Who want to go for $28.95. Lobster Extraganza 4 Cold Water Lobar Tails & Corn Fries  !9.95 Every Night except Sda:zy Night Not to be Combined witCh'her Specials .! IIII1.1:1. I: III1.1! J. BOOK YOUR HOLIDAY PARTIES NOW! SUNDAY BR A pre-fix menu with a b : Only $10.00- 5o-c winzo, a nehoti  Reservations Suggested Open 7 Days a Week Wbm.celsiusrestaurant=! :,,,= ....... liffle piece of culinary paradise on Rehoboth Avenue." -- Delaware Today Journal Stoney Lonen l:Isb/#:too sptmes Friday"Half-Price Ale Battered Fish & Chips Dinner" and Sunday "All Fresh Fish Entrees Half-Pric" open at 5.0o pm Thursday through Sunday 208 Second Street Kehoboth Beach 3oz - zz7 - z664 I " a three star trip to far off places." ---The Wilmington News Journol Live Jazz- Kings of Mojo Friday, Saturday & Sunday Brunch Creative Cajun Specials Wine Martini Bar BOLD AMERICAN FOOD 122 REHOBOTH AVENUE * 227.3330