Travel Blogs from Chatham
... 4 girls looked no older than 16. I thought George was onto a loser here, if anything being a bit of a paedophile. We left it there and continued our walk down into to the harbour to get some lunch and rent a bike. Spent 20 minutes searching out the cheapest lunch in town to save a couple of dollars. Then went in search of a cheap bike to rent. Gave up soon after discovering that all the bike rentals are way out of our budget. We decided ...
... in with a large crowd, saved us another $62. The main thing about Comic Con is the dressing up some of the outfits were out of this world. People dressed up as every character under the sun from Gandalf to a Minion. Walked round the whole convention, weaving in out of people, 50 000 people were expected to attend over the three days that it's on. Managed to get lots of photos with a variety of characters including ...
... cut across on the map near Altar Rock (an indian religious point that was on the highest point on the island). Well that very sandy bike ride did not turn out to be anyone's (but my) favorite. We traversed about 2 mile so the inner island and, at one point, were so secluded from the world in sand and green shrubs that everyone was concerned we were never going to see civilization again. Chase was pushing ahead on his bad knee. Mom was lagging way behind as she wrecked ...
A good sleep-in and a quick get-away to Hatches Harbor. A fabulous day- a top ten.
Carter & Charlie found clams.
And Carter & Eden cooked them (lots of them) for our first course; half of them were grilled, half steamed. What fun!
Found out how much fun water lacrosse is (ball does not bounce much).
MICAH: me ...
... a bike path.
The ride this morning took us through mainly a forested area. Peeking through
the trees you could see the many magnificent homes that the Cape is so famous
for. We were told that many of the homes are "second" homes of
wealthy families. That might be true, but if that is so, then everyone on the
Cape must be swimming in cash.
We also stopped at the Salt Pond Visitors Center ...