The Chatham Wayside Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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At 10.17pm the lunar eclipse was at its peak and my god was it beautiful. The colour was so abnormal to an abject in the sky we’re so familiar with that it seemed like we were looking at a new planet altogether.
Not only was this another first on the trip, but for Paulie and I it was a first ever and of course one we’ll never forget.
After a late ...
... achievements was to set aside a 40 mile long seashore preservation zone up the eastern side of the Cape as far as Provincetown which is almost at the tip.This provides general access to unspoiled beaches, dunes, and salt marshes. We hired bikes and cycled around the tracks in the northern Provincetown area. It was great having sealed cycle tracks through these areas and to have access to the beaches. ...
... in an effort to overpower the hijackers. Famous words of Todd Beemer, "Let’s Roll!" echo the heroic efforts of these great Americans who died that day! Heroes forever.
There was a large boulder unearthed in the rubble; it was placed near where the Boeing 757-222 crashed traveling about 563 mph. The impact obliterated the plane and everyone on it. The investigators dug 35 ft into the ground, of the once open ...
... warned us that we would catch mostly bluefish, maybe occasional striped bass, nothing "major"...we hoped to take part of our catch with us for dinner, but then I heard that "blues" are not among the most delicious fish to eat...
However, captain's mate - who was helping ...
Up at 5:30 am, breakfast at 7, biking class 8:00, today's
route instructions 8:30, and off we went at 9:30. Today's route took us
on the Cape Cod Rail Trail. The Old Colony Railroad was constructed in the late
1800's between Boston and Provincetown, which is on the tip of Cape Cod. It was
used to haul freight, food and tourists. By the mid 1960's the tracks were torn
up. Today 22 miles has been ...