Travel Blogs from Provincetown
A short ferry ride from Boston in Cape Cod Bay lies Provincetown. Now if you're narrow-minded, ignorant or been in a coma for the last 20 years, or perhaps your idea of liberal is skipping church once a fortnight then this place might not be for you. But if you’re not fazed by 75 year old queens (or would they be queen mothers ?) belting out …
... Water and Mexican Hat, AZ
Truth or Consequences
We learned and reinforced so many lessons along the way. Mark Twain summed up one the most poignant ones when he said,
"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely. Broad, wholesome, charitable views can not ...
Due to suggestions by the locals last night, we drove up to Provincetown today. On the way stopped off at the beach for awhile at some sand dunes. Freezing for a swim, but kids had fun with the sand hills. Now Provincetown. Quite quirky and very busy. And this weekend happened to be some kind of Lesbian mardi gra weekend. So was a bit of an eye opener for the kids. Being last night here, we had to have lobster. Yummy ...
... m not making this up - read his name tag in the picture). He provides us with a comprehensive history of lighthouses in general and their technology advances. He tells great stories of the specific lighthouses of the Cape and their movement from place to place and upgrades in technology. He then sings us the song – “The Eddy Stone Light”. This ...
... ale and I tried Wellfleet oysters and littleneck clams (the oysters were the best oysters I had had and I vowed to have more later). Service was a little slow but otherwise it was a good meal--had burger (P) and Cobb salad (me).
After lunch, we drove to Wellfleet main street and walked around a bit before heading back up to Truro. In Truro we went to, where? Another lighthouse of course! This ...