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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
... 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 ...
... Denver sang with the Chad Mitchell Trio for a while.
Some of the cute things we saw while driving: RESQADOG on a license plate, I LOVE MY GRANDDOGS on a bumper sticker, and a red Delivery Dudes car. We couldn’t figure out what they were doing in Massachusetts, since they are mostly Florida-based. That delivery must have cost a fortune!
... us, and Sasha with Neno from California, and Sasha with Julia all the way from Moscow...
We rented a whole house (which is difficult to find in summer in Nantucket - they rent out fast!) that was perfectly located just off the Main Street, and it had all the necessities for us to have a good time...we would walk, ...
... trip went well ("it's really rare to see a Fin Whale calf with its mother - I've only seen that once before") but we knew otherwise. Provincetown itself was quite tacky (and Cameron threw a bit of a strop) so we didn't stick around too long after the whale watching. We headed along the more picturesque 6A route and stopped in Chatham, where we stopped at the Friday night church fundraising BBQ ($5! at St Peters Episcopal) in a bid ...