1830 Quince Tree House
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... agreed that she was in distress and there was not too much they could do for her. We were forced to put her down. We expected Molly to go sooner or later, and in fact, did not expect her to last this long. But we were prepared for her to go. We honestly thought she would have gone during the trip up here, but she wanted to hang on and see her family from the U.S. one last time. It was a coincidence that I was going to take her to see her ...
... You have two beans which look identical, one nice and one
not. eg. Liquorice vs. skunk spray, mouldy cheese vs. caramel corn,
canned dog food vs. chocolate pudding. You don't know until you bite
in whether you get the good or the bad. Fun in a weird, disgusting
way. I managed to get barf twice instead of peach and I have no idea
how anyone could keep it down. Add to that booger, baby wipes, stinky
socks and it was an interesting evening entertainment.
... I have already done the Chinese buffet, fried clams, Portuguese beef and shishkabob. Just a few more dishes to take care of and I will be happy. The weather has been hot and humid, but manageable. A month has already flown right by and I know that the rest of our time will go quickly. Fortunately, we are not on any time restrictions, so we can pay it all by ear. We just need to get away before the cold air starts to nibble on our ears!!
... frozen or processed.
Our next destination is the Heritage Museums and Gardens. This destination is comprised of three galleries and expansive gardens located in historic Sandwich. It includes galleries for American Folk Art, a vintage carousel, automobiles and traveling exhibitions. We first visit the "Driving Our Dreams: Imagination in Motion" exhibition which features ...
... Monument commemorates the history of the Mayflower Pilgrims. It’s the tallest all-granite structure in the United States. You can climb to the top on a series of stairs and ramps and will be rewarded with a spectacular view of Provincetown and beyond. The view of the Monument from the breakwater walk was spectacular.
With the Lighthouse theme still in play, we spied the Wood ...