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... in. $1.50 for the washers and dryers. 6
washers working, 2 out of the 6 dryers working. Clean showers and
bathroom. Lots of full-timers and the ground itself looks quite run
down. Someone mentioned to us that we were parked at the area where
the skunks live to be careful going out after dusk and carry a torch.
We played Bean Boozled. When we were in
Wisconsin at the Jelly Belly Factory we bought the beans in packets
... at how little Plymouth Rock is. It’s about the size of a picnic basket. It’s situated on somewhat haphazardly raked sand, about 10 feet below the viewer. Dave commented, “I’d hire a better Japanese gardenerr.”
Speaking about the Mayflower II, in “At Sea with the Pilgrims,” Nathaniel Philbrick said, “Like most people, I was immediately struck by ...
... Weary from walking, we chose a place at random. We chose poorly. The Seafood Grille had a great outdoor patio area with working heaters. A perfectly great looking setting with a view of the active street and water beyond.
Luckily, you can’t do much to hurt a freshly shucked local Oyster. The Long Pointer oyster we consumed were from Provincetown and ...
... we took advantage of several photo opportunities along the walk. The rock path treated us with great views of the 2 lighthouses. We only walked about half way out before determining that we needed to leave in order to get back to the campground at a decent hour. Overall, the trip to P-Town was good. We enjoyed the views of the Atlantic and the sand dunes along with the small town atmosphere.
... a good day for a trip to the seaside! It's also somewhere I have always wanted to see.
The first 3/4 of the journey was spent on the interstates, so it was boring and fast. Even when we reached the Mid-Cape Highway, it was essentially like driving through a tunnel of trees for mile after mile. Considering the sea is on either side for quite a lot of the journey, it's not until the very end that you actually get to ...