The Beach House at Chatham
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After organising ourselves we drove up to the more rugged Cape Cod National Seashore which is a beautiful 26 mile drive. The entire area has not succumbed to over development and so it has retained a lazy, sandy and rugged charm....I can see why JFK loved the area.
We were excited to go to the Beachcomber Hotel for some fresh Wellfleet oysters and the famous raw bar. Unfortunately as we entered the car park we were greeted with a huge ...
... lake beach time. A frolicked in 6" of water, shouting, "Look, I'm swimming" for at least 15 minutes, while N plowed brazenly towards deeper water. I got a "bonus hour" in bed, where I read Democracy at Work amidst rays of morning sun and lots of blankets - it was kind of chilly! The book points out that the entry of millions of women into the full-time workforce starting in the 1970s did not mesh well with other factors such as automation and overseas ...
... is a wonderful place to visit during migration times if you are a birder. Many species that you will probably never see, will possibly be seen here.
We visited the Oldest Grist Mill in the country (1746) and it is still used to grind corn into meal for the tourist trade; and we also visited a cranberry bog on the island.
If you have never been here, it is worth making your bucket list!!
... out whale watching and traveling to Nantucket while we were here. After the pier we headed in to the tight streets of the Main Drag (no pun intended)! It's widely known that P-Town is favored by the Gay Community, and aren't they smart to have picked the perfect place to live. Walking down the busy street, you take your life in your hands with cars and people all ...
... with them for some nostalgia and good times!! A special thanks to you Roddy and Heid! I'll get you off the Cape one of these days at least for a few days in the winter???? Again, thanks for the spectacular lobster dinner we had.
We toured the old Captain Penniman House. This was the home of a well-to-do Sea Captain. The home is still in remarkable condition for it's age (around the late 1800's) and thankfully sold to the National Park Service and they ...