Travel Blogs from Provincetown
We have had a couple of down days.
Highlights included finding a pair of fresh water lakes in the Nickerson National Park which helped as we have discovered they are having a bit of a shark problem on the cape!
Brush with the law- went to ...
... just kept explaining the we were from the UK which seemed to satisfy our audience.
Dried off, did a bit of long jump and then sat up in the Life guard's chair- it was about 6pm and all the lifeguards had left. The sun was cooling off but the wind was still up. As it happened the hollow tubes at the back of the elevated chair we were all crushed into kept catching the breeze and playing different notes- a really unexpectedly magic moment.
Headed home a bit windswept.
... our stuff (tent, sleeping bags, etc.). Dunes Edge campground was about a mile from the pier, and our walk took us through a cemetery with tombstones from the 1800s and then on the side of Route 6 for a few minutes (which is a little bit scary, but there is a sandy shoulder where you can walk). The campground was surprisingly nice. I was expecting a sandy exposed patch of land with no sun ...
... Lime Cake that just melted in your mouth-could not have been better! Some people possibly drank tooooo much-but I was not one of them! I finally aimed Phil home and he bounced off the walls a few times and finally into bed, where he would not stop talking!
Dec 18th Sunday-- I was up at 8:30 and Phil is dead to the world-I don’t think he moved all night long! I think we go to daughter Bernadette today-so will eventually have to wake him! ...
... were beautiful – absolutely huge and so American.
We only drove through as we had a VERY exciting evening planned.
After our now daily visit to Stop & Shop we headed back to the hostel and had our 2nd bbq of the week.
Then it was off to the Wellfleet Drive In movie theatre to watch Toy Story 3.
The whole experience was fantastic. We were 10 rows from the front and had ...