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Travel Blogs from Nantucket
... to understand that it's okay to not have all the answers. I think in my ten years of teaching I have become a bit of a control-freak, always needing to know and prepare for what's coming next. At times I really struggle with the "not-knowing" aspect of the future and I feel paralyzed with fear - of what, I'm not quite sure. In my wildest control-freak dreams, I would never have imagined myself at a concert in Boston on a warm November 1st evening. Now don't get me wrong, ...
... Primary (like my school back home). It was COLD in Chatham - very cold. but we still looked around the streets and visited the park which had a great display for Halloween. From here we drove to Provincetown at the end of the Cape.
Saturday we went over on the big ferry to Martha's Vineyard (an island off Cape Cod). It was so windy and cold, but we had a good time.
... it was rubbish !!
Now at the beach and our room / wee appartment thingy is lovely ....right on the beach....chill time .
Went into Provincetown , or p town as the locals call it . It's right at the tip of Cape cod and a large gay community .....fashion very entertaining !! Lots of dogs too ...
... a graveyard.
I remember to take a few pictures of the Nantucket streets and homes which are typical of the downtown area. One thing we begin to notice. Sometimes the homes are painted only on the front side that faces the public streets. The rest remains weathered, unpainted wood.
The big event for the day was Zach and Kelley's wedding. The day was primary occupied interacting with family members, telling tales, catching up, eating and drinking. Most all of the pictures I took were of family and friends and not of the scenery and architecture normally posted to my travel blog. I have created an on-line album ...
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