Tag Archives: wagamons west shore

Food Truck Tuesdays in Milton

By Joe Wobeter, in Wagamons West Shore

There has been a lot of food truck action in Sussex county over the last year. I’ve seen the occasional truck in Rehoboth or in Lewes and I know from watching the Food Network that they seem pretty popular in beach areas. Then I heard about Milton having a food truck night. What? With multiple food trucks…YES! […]

The Holiday Season is Here at Wagamons

By Joe Wobeter, in Wagamons West Shore

At Schell Brothers we like to start celebrating the holiday season early, whether it’s a model-decorating contest, (Wagamons tied for 1st), or starting to decorate the massive Schell Brothers Christmas Parade float. One thing is certain; we’ve already started spreading holiday cheer to our newest home buyers at Wagamons West Shore. The town of Milton […]

Milton in Motion: Po Boys Creole

By Joe Wobeter, in Heritage Creek

Before moving to Delaware at a young age, every meal consisted of meat, potatoes, and vitamin D milk (I still feel full just thinking of a glass of milk with dinner).  I never saw myself enjoying a restaurant like Po Boys but now my palate has completely changed and I enjoy crabs, shrimp, and many different types of […]

Milton in Motion: Irish Eyes

By Joe Wobeter, in Heritage Creek

Irish Eyes has been a local spot for Milton and the Sussex county area for years. It’s been a solid “go to” for drinks, food, and entertainment. The best part is that you won’t have to travel more than a few minutes from Heritage Creek or Wagamons West Shore to grab a bite to eat and […]

Milton in Motion: Milton Theatre

By Joe Wobeter, in Heritage Creek

Photo by: Delaware Public Archives   At first glance it looks like a classic theatre that has been locked up for quite some time. The marquee is still alive, occasionally posting information like “save the Milton theatre”. It’s windows and doors were boarded up, but not to be out done by a “For Sale” sign […]

Milton in Motion: Meet Joe

By Joe Wobeter, in Heritage Creek

Before moving to the beach, I was a farm boy from Iowa (Go Hawkeyes!). Growing up I always enjoyed the small-town lifestyle. I was 10 years old when my family moved to Harrington, Delaware, another small-town community, and I’ll never forget, after our second week living there, my dad said “lets go to the beach”. […]