Captain's House Inn
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... Closed for the season. Reason? Freezing!". We must have missed it by a day as there was still rubbish in the bins.
So we drove back to near our hotel and checked out a Jamaican restaurant. The jerk sauce was delicious and the owner spent the entire meal talking with me about cricket. I think it had been a long while for him being able to have this type of discussion so it was lots of fun.
Afterwards we headed to the hotel and relaxed.
... plants and other greenery as well as a few other recreational bikers and joggers. The rail trail, which I learned was called the Old Colony Railway line and served as the first reliable land transportation to most parts of the Cape. It carried tourists and provisions until the era of the automobile killed it, along with so many other mass transit systems. But at least it lives on in some small way as a really nice bike path!
We met up with the fam at a ...
... island. Many cobblestone streets still exist (not fun to drive on) but to look at, pretty cool. Nantucket was famous for its Whaling operations back in the day. The island was formed by a glacial moraine deposited here during the Ice Age!!
The original settlers to this island were the Wampanoag Indians, however, the land was deeded to Thomas Mayhew and his son who were merchants from ...
... been fantastic to be a part of such a pairing of two greats. And, we missed Kristen Chenowith, who would have been fun to see as well.
After our time in Provincetown, we headed to a nice beach on a bluff in Truro and had our lunch over looking the Bay. It was a great day!
Facts on Provincetown, MA
Area: 1.787 square miles
Year 2, Day 80 - (July 19 - 27) We are staying in the driveway of our very good friends the Parkers. We are sleeping in the house, which makes a nice get-a-way from being in the Coach.
First let me apologize to all those that we did not get to see. It was a quick trip (I should have planned better)! This won't be our last time up there, so we will hope to see all those that we missed on our next trip to New England, next summer.
I APOLOGIZE FOR ...