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... Ocean! The outside temperature may have been 22C but the water was COLD!!!
With the exposure to wind the sands shift and reclaim land! This fence is almost completely buried now & before long no one will know there was anything there. The shifting sands are called Parabolic Dunes - they can cover houses - read more about it below, you may ...
... the Natick churches were gay friendly, with a female reverend. What a perfect little town! We used the afternoon to slowly drive down to Cape Cod. Once again we avoided highways and enjoyed the drive through all the little towns. New England has so much history that every town seems to have so much spirit and soul to it that the drives are really fun. We stopped in a town called Sandwich, right at the entrance to Cape Cod. I didn't know ...
"Old Cape Cod" Frank Sinatra (really!)
Thursday 16 October 2014
I learnt a new word today, 'scrimshander' - might come in handy one day?
Now those of you who know me well will know that I am renowned as being a tolerant and easy-going individual. Well .......
We went down for our "continental' breakfast and on entering the dining room, I knew that it wasn't to be my day. I knew as soon as I saw that the Raisin Bran cereal option was finished; it had to be a ...
... re-creation of the 'Pilgrims'' village. Costumed 'interpreters' (wot?) portrayed actual colonists going about their daily tasks, frustratingly in role to the point where every verbal exchange assumed a surreal undertone. They were informative, however, and their English, tinged with the occasional American twang, added to their charm. The local Indian tribe, the Wampanoag, survived despite their contacts with the colonial settlers and their ...
... the Black Dog clothing store. Worth a sniff don't you agree. We then travelled to Oaks Bluff where in the 1830's an itinerant Methodist Minister named John Adams regularly held revival meetings. This grew to such proportions annually that people began to build permanent structures. These eventually grew to be a religious community with a permanent 'tent' and lovingly painted houses. Pics 10-14. On the way home a storm blew in from the ...