Beach House at Bass River
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... Coast, those kinds of dates are related to things you read about in textbooks, not places where you have a delicious lobster roll on the pier. For those of you who grew up in these parts this probably seems obvious, but I am continually struck by it.
Another difference is how heavily forested it is. The trees are smaller than they were up in the Berkshires, and there are more evergreens and conifers (or are those the same thing? I ...
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.
The next morning we headed right back onto the road. Instead of taking the main highway we took the Kings highway which goes through all the old Colonial homes and towns that run along the inner part of Cape Cod. We drove to Wellfleet which just so happened to be having their annual Oysterfest that day. We parked at the beach and a free shuttle bus took us into town. Chris and I are both not really oyster people but seeing as this was an oysterfest we each got a nice big fresh oyster ...
... 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 ...
... a greasy paw print on the side column. One poor dear rummaged through all the rather nice bananas in search of 'who knows what', only to reject them all as unsuitable. I could only see their upper body as they pecked about on the food and drinks servery, and one splendid specimen cruised from right to left apparently effortlessly and with no head movement. It wasn't until she emerged at the end that I could see she was riding one of those mobility scooters. Suffice it to ...