Elm Arch Inn
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... to the hotel. We both agreed that this place had a very weird vibe. I would have thought that a fat white guy would have been the target market in these parts though in this place I was treated as if I had three heads, maybe they were pirates and they could spot the landlubber, either way it was a most unfriendly place.
After getting changed we headed out for dinner at a tavern and had a dozen ...
After organising ourselves we drove up to the more rugged Cape Cod National Seashore which is a beautiful 26 mile drive. The entire area has not succumbed to over development and so it has retained a lazy, sandy and rugged charm....I can see why JFK loved the area.
We were excited to go to the Beachcomber Hotel for some fresh Wellfleet oysters and the famous raw bar. Unfortunately as we entered the car park we were greeted with a huge ...
... a movie all week! We did, however, manage to look up the nearest playground.
Wednesday, Day 5:
In the spirit of getting the kids out of the house, we packed up the boy cousins and headed to Drummer Boy park, where our phones told us the nearest playground was located. They enjoyed the slides and we hoisted them into impossibly high swings for long bouts of swinging. We took a little walk to see if we could get to water, but it seemed to be mostly ...
LOVED today!!! Love, Love, Loved!!
We loaded up the dogs in the Jeep and headed out toward Plymouth.
We were told that as long as the girls were "Guide dogs" they could come in. Apparently they have never met Dasher. "Oh yeah, they are guide dogs. How did you know??" We were surprised at how wonderfully she behaved. There were several bus loads (and I do mean several) of kids that were dropped off for the day. We are talking several hundred here. They were on the ...
... a habit of falling of the ear of the sunglasses. Being the good girlfriend Hayley is, she fixed his sunglasses and thought she'd go one step further and put them back on his face. Leaning across him, carefully and slowly putting them back on, she made sure it sat properly on his farthest ear. Hayley, oblivious, was blocking Owen's vision of the road. In slo-mo, he yelled "I. Can't. See." and shoved her back into her seat. Most ...