Captain's Quarters at Surfside Resort
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Weeks on Road: 21 weeks
Travel by motorhome: 13,475km
Travel by car: 6,184km
Total km: 19,659km
Number of States Travelled: 3 out of 23
We have heard so much about Cape Cod we decided to check it out even though it was somewhat out of our way. Cape Cod is a peninsular extending 60 miles into the Atlantic Ocean, its a long drive to the Cape Cod National Seashores Park, but we're so glad we came.
... Cod was an island. Well originally it wasn’t an island but ships got tired of driving around it so they dug a big canal, built a bridge and an island was born! Human ingenuity is amazing sometimes. We stayed at a fantastic little campsite in Sandwich. It was a nice change of pace from all the brightly lit and loud Wal-Mart’s we had been staying at recently. The night was warm and dark and so quiet that we had no trouble sleeping at ...
... highway. We stopped off at a visitors' centre to take advantage of a short film show and to pick up a map/guide. We fancied a couple of the trails along the coast. A short beach walk allowed us to be terribly British - trouser legs rolled up, handkerchiefs knotted and we paddled in the North Atlantic. I made up the bit about the hankies and Steph put one foot in the water and declared it cold. I tend to shy away from water as you tend to get wet and cold, so I stayed ...
... was exactly. For once, we have chosen a modern and well appointed motel, with good internet too!
Supper was a toss-up between Seafood Sam's, Wok n Roll or the Jerk Café. Which would you choose? The crab salad at Seafood Sam's won the day! An early night in prospect again as darkness puts an end to anything but eating or TV.
Have you heard?Satanic supermarket : I Dollar Tree (say it quickly).Americans use malt vinegar too with their fish and chips.
It was sad to say goodbye to our mountain cottage, but it's not like we have been disappointed with any of our travel decisions to date, so whatever was next was probably not too shabby. We left around 8:30am and headed straight to the Kancamangus Highway. It's renowned in the White Mountains, and would have been a crime to come all this way and NOT drive it. It was certainly a beautiful, scenic drive. You can definitely get a sense ...