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Drove 112 miles in 1.5 hours.
I had no idea that Cape Cod was this close to Boston, it was a very easy and fast drive. I'm sure that in high season the route we took would be clogged up, however we had it almost to ourselves.
It was sunny though not hot enough for a swim in the ocean, so the locals were saved from that sight for another day. We stayed in West Dennis which is about the dead centre of the ...
... on vacations, but he hadn't complained yet on this one until tonight. I actually enjoyed the cod and flounder, and I think N took a few bites too, until he got a bit turned off by staring the whole mackerel's eye at his height on the table... I think this was the night we had S'mores flavored ice cream after the kids went to bed.
Tuesday, Day 4:
Everyone piled into 2 cars, and we headed out to the Cape Cod National Seashore, Salt Marsh Visitor's ...
... watched a perfect cloudless sunset and then the huge super moon rising up behind us bringing in the mosquitoes with it that attacked non stop and making the 20 minute wait for the bus back seem to last forever. Covered in bites and tired from walking and sunburn we decided to end the night early. Avoiding the mermaid drag queens show that was parading around in her electric mobility scooter trying to get people ...
... been fantastic to be a part of such a pairing of two greats. And, we missed Kristen Chenowith, who would have been fun to see as well.
After our time in Provincetown, we headed to a nice beach on a bluff in Truro and had our lunch over looking the Bay. It was a great day!
Facts on Provincetown, MA
Area: 1.787 square miles
We also took advantage of some outdoor concerts which were nice - one I can only describe as "Quirky"...and I am being kind. You will see the pictures and make your own judgement.
Other than Nauset Beach, we also went to Nauset Light and Marconi Beach. Marconi is the gentleman who sent the first transatlantic message back in the early 1900's from the dunes of the beach named for him.
Enjoy this first installment of Cape Cod.