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Travel Blogs from Truro
... parking fine.
Movie Drive In - with authentic MONO speakers and popcorn with liquid butter. Ruth and James did camping.
Long dreary drive to Falmouth and then great cycle ride and home for a lovely sunset.
Off to Nantucket ...
... a pot of krill. Really caught our interest and passed the time.
The first whale was spotted way off the normal track and when we got to the feeding ground we had 7-9 whales feeding. I am v proud of James' video that he took and have included it with some ropey stills. Also great views of the lighthouses and dunes. We were all really aware of being caught on the wrong side of the boat. We also had three "full breaches" the classic hunchback up and out of the water but ...
... shell on the top and winded herself and cut two fingers as well. Razor sharp shells all over- bring back Cornwall and weaver fish. Extent of team injuries outlined below in the photos.
Greater injury was the parking ticket we got for not displaying a 'Beach Permit' - smallest sign ever at approach to beach so now need to work out how to pay a fine when it wants a cheque. Ho hum. Only $30 but a hassle.
After rip off last night on a mission to find supermarket. ...
After the open mic with Jen, I left Chicago at about midnight since I still had some energy. I only made it about 2 hours and slept for a while at a rest stop in the middle of Indiana. Shortly after sunrise, I woke to an overcast gray morning and the windows of my truck camper glazed with condensation. Like usual, a quick **** and a wet-wipe shower and I was on my way, still 750 miles and 12 hours short of my destination. Through the rest ...
... several lavish homes in the area surrounding the parking lot, Ryder
Beach has a very cozy feel. Perhaps it is due to the fact that it is
tucked away down several rural roads and is therefore not easily found.
There is extensive erosion control going on at Ryder Beach so be aware
of the signs. Otherwise, enjoy the breathtaking views. On a clear day
you can see the shoreline from nearby Provincetown all the way out