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... We have both discovered a new love for lobster! The sunsets here are phenomenal and it's a really pretty place but we struggled to find stuff to do for a day and a half in this ghost town. We even ventured further afield and went trekking in the woods where I spent an hour trying to photograph a squirrel. Holiday highlight. Everyone knows everyone here, which has always put me at unease. Next stop, hopefully some signs of life at ...
... opted for the whole-belly. They were lightly battered, lightly fried and tremendously delicious. They were also $26 for a lunch portion! I guess that is the outcome of “Market Price”. We could have had ordered a whole lobster for less. Casey doesn’t really like lobster – but loved the whole belly clams that were obviously shucked and fried just ...
... and I was hungry--debated on another lobster roll but, because of the rainy weather decided to tried some haddock and corn chowder at The Red Shack.
Then, we did the dune tour. It was just us and one other couple in the Suburban. The tour was really interesting. Beautiful scenery out on the dunes and our tour guide was super nice. It was kind of like a rollercoaster ride driving out on the dunes.
... and then to Mt Vernon for their Friday special of scallop dinner. Back home where I look more ALEVE and went to bed, but got up later to sit and talk.
Dec 31st-Saturday- Last day of 2011!! I was up early and he was up later--I still hurt but not as much - if I am careful. We discussed not going to the Cape but decided to go anyway. Now - can we be ready in time. We did manage to leave Wakefield around noon and head south. The temp is into the ...
... it) in order for it not to be thrown up on the back of the mother ship.
We hauled anchor and began to make our way the 25 odd miles to P-Town. It was another in a stream of easy transits this season. We arrived at Ptown in the early afternoon. This time we had made a reservation for a mooring. And after waiting for about a half hour for a launch pick up made our way into the interesting town of Provincetown.
Many of you may not have been to Ptown or heard ...