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July 29th – day 86
We spent the evening last night
deciding what to do about Boston. It's one of those places with lots
of history and they have a great walking trail which takes in lots of
places in one half day walk Trouble is we have kids. And they're not
that interested in any of that since they're not from USA. Plus the RV
is too big to park in Boston. After ringing the info centre they said
we'd have to ...
... a lot from the 1600s). There was a hall dedicated to how the depiction of pilgrim style has changed over the century, usually influenced by the style of the period. Later there was a list of pilgrims from the first few ships. I know one my ancestors from my father’s line named Wallen came over on the Anne. I saw David Wallen’s name on the list. It was thrilling. This museum had so much I could ...
... the pier looking at the shops, going to some local restaurants.. it was a busy weekend in P town. there was the swim for life, a fundraiser for hiv/aids and women's health. the swimmers were boated to long point about a mile from the provincetown pier and they swam in. kayaks were with them for support. it was a little over a mile and a group of women drummers, drummed ...
... on the beach.
Then we headed off to the Cape Cod Lighthouse and climbed to the top. Although it had been de-commissioned one and a half million dollars was spent moving it 500ft away from the cliff edge as erosion was threatening to topple it into the ocean. The original Fresnel glass lenses were replaced at one stage with electric light bulbs and the lenses were just thrown out of the lighthouse and smashed on the ground. The locals went and salvaged what they could of ...
... mornings are spent at car boot sales on both sides of the Atlantic! Tat was perused, tat wasn't bought. So far, so Sunday normal. In fact no-one seemed to be putting their hands in their pockets much.
Curiosity satiated, we were back on the road for Provincetown, arriving just before lunch. The whole place was quite busy and finding parking was difficult, but because we're hopeless at spotting signs we ended ...