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... no doubt that we were in an American home, it felt rather English. Her kitchen had a wooden fireplace with well-used pots and pans hanging around it with a variety of dried herbs (or erb’s as they call them here!) There were also large worn rugs scattered about the living room which from their thread bare age did nothing to keep the iced cold tiles reaching our feet. Brrrrr!
Our bedroom ...
... felt like rush hour at home. You wonder is it an accident or what and no as usual you get to a point and there's nothing. We saw some absolutely beautiful countryside. I've included some of the pictures from our drive some good some not so good since almost all them taken from a moving vehicle. However I am disable were tired when we got to the hotel and forgot to go back out to see the moon which had been beautiful on the last part of our ...
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 ...
... rain, which gave us another flavor of the magic places, we read about when JFK was our 35th president.
Observation: Living out west all our lives, we had no inkling of the places we studied in Bud Murray’s American History class! What a blessing to be able to experience them now! We are driving up the Cape today, headed to Nantucket tomorrow and I can’t wait for Plymouth Rock on Wednesday!
... about the single leaves growing up out of the ground, in giant fields... There is also a very pretty plant called the beach berry --- jam is made from them. They look like little tomatoes! The last plant has cigarette-like stems and black pods. No one we spoke to knows what they are. I guess we could have gone into the visitor centre to find out!!
Enjoy your cool weather!