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... While visiting we saw flocks of swallows dancing in unison in great waves, it was really remarkable sight, I asked about them & was told they are tree swallows that come back every year before heading south, I've heard of the swallows of Capistrano coming back in spring!!
I always thought Cape Cod was where the rich went to spent their summers in huge fancy homes but its actually very rural with small cute cape cod ...
... Yup, there they were, the men trying to look cool in shorts and trainers, baseball cap or regular Levi's and a tucked in t-shirt. The women? Polished, neat, dapper, manicured, 'permed' and/or dyed hair, ear-rings and necklaces reminiscent of junk shops. Ethel, Mabel, Martha - they were all there in abundance. None of them seemed able to walk without assistance, doubtless not helped by their weight; two steps to get out of the dining room had to be negotiated singly ...
... have been recruited to act as 'interpreters' in their own right. In truth, they were more interesting than the settlers and gave a more active display of how their ancestors lived.
Everything seems to close down by 5:00, so we trundled off down the highway towards South Yarmouth, our next sleeping and watering hole. For once the SatNav didn't recognise the address and we drove backwards and forwards in search of a motel that most people knew, but not ...
... started riding down 5th Avenue in amongst the population of Manhattan. As a rider it was scary and as a parent it was negligent. Hoots of horns, me shouting, Ben turning around and then me shouting again to look ahead!! We made it safe and sound. Probably not a thing that I would do again.
We have been up town to the Bronx which ...
... with a fairly consistent mist of cold rain, which meant I had the normally tourist-infested (infected?) town to myself. I can’t vouch for being here on a day with even one unchaperoned ray of sun escaping the clouds -- I’d bet it’s a swirling nightmare of pushy vacationers and extremely limited parking -- but as my Cape-dawg friend Cindy put it, this dismal weather should at least prepare me for my upcoming venture into the British ...