Dan'l Webster Inn
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Went on a short jog today. It was really fun because we reached a rocky beach that had large boulders where we had the change to practice some parkour and bouldering skills. We then reached a second beach at Quisset Bay, and climbed some trees to the top. We then headed back to campus because we had a ton of work to ...
... Then we did half contour and half not, so it allows you to every once a while look at your drawing and fix it. After that we did normal scratchings. Started with s tick, then bone, the barnacle, then seal jaw, then vertebrae and sea horse, and finally a crab claw that was colored in with water ...
We took a trip to Quisset Bay to practice our sketching skills. We all picked a spot and sat for 1 hour to sketch what we saw. It was slightly snowing, it was cold, and we had a pencil and an eraser. In the the first phot you can see a dock, I was sitting on that dock looking into the bay.
Cranberries are low, creeping shrubs or vines up to 7 feet long and 2 to 8 inches in height. To harvest cranberries, the beds are flooded with six to eight inches of water above the vines. A harvester is then driven through the beds to remove the fruit from the vines. Harvested cranberries float in the water and can be corralled into a corner of the bed and conveyed or ...
... intimidating walk. You literally are out in the middle of a bay walking on huge boulders that are irregularly spaced and in at least four instances require a "scramble" near the waterline. The "Danger Sinkhole" sign did not help inspire confidence either!
Whether you arrive by land, sea or sky, the Pilgrim Monument is the first thing you see when you approach Provincetown. Standing at 252 ...