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Travel Blogs from Yarmouth
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Stellar Sea Lions
Grizzly Bears and cubs
Black Bears and cubs
Most interesting names of towns seen along the way:
Tuba City, ...
... of the day: While eating at Einstein Bros. Bagels in Concord, New Hampshire, Owen seeing one of his college roommates/teammates (Kevin Nolan) on a minor league baseball pocket schedule sitting at their table. Coolest moment of the day: Catching up with Barb and Jim. Quote of the day: I can't see. -Owen while driving through the White Mountains as Hayley attempted to put his sunglasses on for him, completely blocking his view of the ...
... they used the fish as a food source and were always moving their home base when the soil was no longer full of nutrients. Before settlers came to America there were 100,00 to 140,000 Wampanoag people. Today there are only 5,000-8,000 Wampanoag people left. When the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth, they believed that God has cleared the land for them so they thought they were destined to settle there. There was no mention of Plymouth Rock until 1741, when Thomas Faunts ...
Due to suggestions by the locals last night, we drove up to Provincetown today. On the way stopped off at the beach for awhile at some sand dunes. Freezing for a swim, but kids had fun with the sand hills. Now Provincetown. Quite quirky and very busy. And this weekend happened to be some kind of Lesbian mardi gra weekend. So was a bit of an eye opener for the kids. Being last night here, we had to have lobster. Yummy ...
... so we go for outside option, but bloody cold!! Did get inside after dinner though for a couple of coldies. Got chatting with some locals until we had to leave because of curfew with the kids. So technically, we didn't get kicked out, the kids ...