Atlantic Oaks Campground
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on the way. Provincetown is famous because it is the place where the pilgrims arrived on the Mayflower ship in 1620.
We visited the Pilgrim monument which is a monument to the pilgrims. Built in 1910 it is the tallest all granite structure in the United States at 252 feet tall. We walked the 116 steps to the top and there were amazing views. It was a sad as Brian and Denise were leaving the next ...
We had dinner in our hotel---coconut shrimp and a burger. It had been a long day and we were happy for some down time.
... 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 ...
... and dental care to people who don’t have access to medical treatment. A de-gunge after kayaking was followed by an exciting trip to the supermarket to stock up on Spanish food ready for the quiz prize at the end of the night, meaning an instalment of Supermarket Sweep as we hurried around the aisles looking for taco shells and beans.
We were soon decorating the hall and washing lettuce, the latter of which gave me flashbacks to my time Wwoofing in ...
... it placed in memory of a loved one. It is obvious that a number of the messages were left by gay participants. For example, one read, “Forbidden fruit is the sweetest” – Grant and Tim. Need I say more...?
The town of Plymouth was very picturesque and full of historical information. I can’t imagine how the original pilgrims survived that first winter as they landed there in December. There is a statue of an Indian chief who ...