Riverview Resort on Cape Cod
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... uncomfortable night (I won’t go as far to say ‘sleep’) we mapped out the following 3 days in which we would explore the peninsular of Cape Cod.
Our first day we drove to the small town of Plymouth which was a lot nicer than the one we’re familiar with at home!
Plymouth is known for the famous pilgrim landing way back in 1620 (for which the actual rock they ...
Our Cape Cod experience is quite different to Cape May. While we have bikes available to us we can't cycle as the roads are narrow - no footpaths and no cycle lanes. There are bike trails around the Cape but we can't transport them in our rental car.
We can walk to 2 golf courses, can fish in the pond below our house but must tour by car. We found a really good natural history museum and a walk through ...
3rd Week – 9th thru 12 Sep
Sep 9 – On Wednesday, we joined up in Champion PA with Charlotte and Roger Duckett, our friends from Ouray, CO. It was a joyful reunion, as we have not seen them for a number of years. Near Champion PA is one of Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece houses, Falling Waters, which is built into a rock with a creek flowing below. It was a gorgeous place and a supreme example ...
... so once again we motored some and did get some sailing in when the wind picked up. Another perfect sunny day. I have had so much sun, I stayed in the cockpit reading. We went through the Cape Cod Canal in 45 minutes because we were with the tide. If we hadn't timed it, it could take over 2 hrs to get through against it. Fiddlers Cove was about an hour on the other side...a charming small cove.. Just as we were coming in ...
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Construction of the new fort began in 1824 and continued at irregular intervals until 1857. From 1825 to 1838 construction was overseen by Colonel Joseph Gilbert Totten, the foremost American military engineer of his day. In 1838 Totten became chief engineer of the Army and served until his death in 1864.
The new Fort Adams was first garrisoned in August 1841, functioning as an active Army post until 1950. During this time ...