Somerset House Inn
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... br> landed with 102 on board. It was a lot smaller than you would imagine
considering the amount of people and supplies plus the quantity of
ocean they needed to cross. We didn't go on board as the tours were
over $100 for our family and we'd rather spend it on something else.
But we walked along the cute strip of shops, did a little shopping
and headed back to the RV. 38 degrees Celsius, ouch it was hot! Glad
we got there early.
... Chatham Lighthouse would be our first destination on Cape Cod. Almost 200 years ago, President Thomas Jefferson appointed the first keeper of this lard-burning lighthouse to safely guide ships past Chatham. But first things are first. We needed lunch!
The helpful and friendly staff at the local visitor's bureau recommended the “Chatham Squire” ...
... and only 60 proof...we bought a small bottle in hopes we could find the Allen's brand in Boston only to find no ginger brandy to be had in Boston at all!
But enough about ginger branch and back to our evening...P had a hankering for cookies for dessert but the cookie shop was closed so we opted for some fudge and coconut haystacks at Fudge Factory instead. Our bellies full, we called it night around ...
... beautiful, just a perfect one to spend on a beach sunbathing, reading, playing. All was amazing, except for one really annoying thing - sand flies. They were biting like crazy and driving us nuts, until we found a way to fight them back. It was almost impossible to catch or kill them, but Elena came up with a genius idea of throwing handfuls of sand at the notorious irritating attackers. At least one ...
... the historic Old Scituate Lighthouse. Built in 1811 and located on Cedar Point in Scituate this lighthouse played an important role in the War of 1812. It was on this spot that Rebecca and Abigail Bates, the ‘Lighthouse Army of Two,’ scared off the British troops by playing their drum and fife loudly. The British feared the sounds were ...