Race Point Lighthouse
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Travel Blogs from North Truro
... parking fine.
Movie Drive In - with authentic MONO speakers and popcorn with liquid butter. Ruth and James did camping.
Long dreary drive to Falmouth and then great cycle ride and home for a lovely sunset.
Off to Nantucket ...
... at the front of the boat and happened quickly- poor Ruth was just too small and adults leaned out in front of her.
Exhilarating experience. They are just so huge.
Back on dry land we explored Princetown. Great galleries and paintings tempting but not practical. Tom missing his Afternoon Tea but did find great cookies in Joe's cafe- still had tea in paper cups but as weather awesome (lovely breeze and 81 degrees) we were more forgiving.
Decided to go the ...
... island. The Gay Head Cliffs and lighthouse are at the far end of the island. The lighthouse is one of America's most endangered historic places due to the fact that the cliffs are eroding away beneath it. To save the lighthouse it needs to be moved further away from the cliff edge. The machinery required to do this needs a certain amount of space around the lighthouse and unless the necessary consents and agreements are obtained from congress, the local councils and the ...
... team competitive meal making with Tom and James on one team and Ruth and me on the other. Team T&J did BBQ extraordinaire and Team A&R are doing a homage to our holidays in Greece with Greek salad and Mousaka.
Really nothing more exciting today except that Tom has relinquished the driving to me as he is better with maps. I needlessly inspired great confidence by mixing up accelerator and break but ok since then!
Dull day but needed down time.
... with colonial roots. We parked our car at a parking garage near Freedom Trail, which is a collection of downtown streets which hold the most of Boston's historical buildings. We walked past a tour being given by a man with a George Washington type wig and relic colonial clothing. He was pointing out the building where our Declaration of Independence was written in 1776. It was a smaller building now dwarfed by the sky scrapers built directly around it. We walked around the ...