Seascape Motor Inn
Travel Blogs from North Truro
Today we visited The Fiorland National Park also deemed worthy enough to be a World Heritage Park. We tramped to the Blue Pools where our driver convinced 4 gullible people that it was thermal water...you just have to "dive deep" to find it...yea, no thermal activity around.
... 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 ...
... they used the fish as a food source and were always moving their home base when the soil was no longer full of nutrients. Before settlers came to America there were 100,00 to 140,000 Wampanoag people. Today there are only 5,000-8,000 Wampanoag people left. When the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth, they believed that God has cleared the land for them so they thought they were destined to settle there. There was no mention of Plymouth Rock until 1741, when Thomas Faunts ...
... settlers children. Women had the right to marry whom they chose. Women were usually farmers and gathers while the men did the hunting. Homes were constructed by both women and men. We then made our way to the Fort/Meetinghouse and17 th-Century English Village. Welcome to the year 1627! The establishment was build seven years after the arrival of the Pilgrims on the Mayflower. We learned that the Pilgrims did not leave England for religious freedoms. They ...
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 ...