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Travel Blogs from Wellfleet
... 4 girls looked no older than 16. I thought George was onto a loser here, if anything being a bit of a paedophile. We left it there and continued our walk down into to the harbour to get some lunch and rent a bike. Spent 20 minutes searching out the cheapest lunch in town to save a couple of dollars. Then went in search of a cheap bike to rent. Gave up soon after discovering that all the bike rentals are way out of our budget. We decided ...
... was much more prosperous and clean compared to downtown St. Louis the polar opposite. The entertainers did a great show with triple back flips and a crazy jump over three people. Caught the ferry over to Provincetown. Stood up on the back boat when a gush of wind picked up the Yankee hat off my head and flung it at high speed into the sea. Arrived in Provincetown, immediately confronted by the amount of gays in the ...
ESME: I caught a baby crab
CARTER: It was a good orange
MAX it was fun catching those clams like a festival
EDEN; dad clamming was awesome you should try it
CHARLIE: the ocean water was really warm to me
HW: kids up at 8:30 in car 9:30 at Hatches H at 10:30 some kind of record
Newcomb Hollow was not to be - beaucoup mung! Disgustingly so.
So off to Lecount where mung was ok... But alas the water was too cold for the kiddos.
So off to Long Pond - fun on dock, throwing balls, yelling at each other and various forms of fun.
Drive-in movie later. Planes: Fire. & Rescue (Reimann boys had not seen it!).
EDEN: It was fun going to the movies and playground
MAX: it was fun laying down in the ...
Kids slept well- to 7am.
Weather seemed lousy so it was time to make gingerbread houses as teams. They came up w designs and then "fabricated " them- awards were made for various categories.
Also started the Kersteen Salt Works factory: start some sea water to evaporate making genuine Wellfleet Sea salt.
And the brave crew shoved off to ...