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... the following day. These were the folks that we adopted Molly from and they had the parents and one of the brothers. Last time I was here, they said that all of them had passed and Molly was the last survivor. Molly did not make it to see them. But, life goes on. We will be OK soon. We still hear Molly's pitter patter walk around and expect her to walk around the corner. She had been playing lots of hid and go seek in our apartment because she ...
... There was already traffic on the road but not as bad as it would've
been an hour later. Had a look as we crept by in the RV, took a few
photos. Feel ok about not having done more there. As we drove out of
Boston at around 8.15am we passed by the traffic heading into town. 4
or 5 lanes thick, backed up for 15 minutes of solid driving at 55-65
miles per hour. That is horrendous! Not sure how anyone can do that
From there we ...
... There seems to be two cycles a day for the tides. It's a lot of fun to walk out on the sandy flats during low tide but once it starts to come back in it doesn't take too long. They've already tagged a great white shark near the coast in Chatham this week.
Today was overcast so we thought it would be a good day for a little day trip. We drove about ...
... with the menus or venues in Sandwich. Additionally, there was one more Lighthouse on my list. So we drove to Barnstable for our final meal.
Barnstable Harbor was an important port for fishing and trade in the early 1800's. The first Sandy Neck Lighthouse (also called Sandy Beach Light) was constructed in 1827 - a lantern on the roof of the keepers house.
We headed over to ...
... in a plate of Steamed Littleneck clams and their fried seafood sampler which was an assortment of wholebelly clams, scallops and shrimp. We learned later that the oysters they serve come out of the oyster beds that they own which are literally across the street from the restaurant.
The meal was heaven on earth! The Wellfleet Oyster possessed a pleasingly shocking salty liquor that ...
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