The Arbor Inn
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... who once patrolled the beaches on foot looking for ships in distress, then put their own lives in danger to rescue those on board with very primitive equipment.
Provincetown is located on the sheltered bay at the top end of Cape Cod, its a small resort town with lots of artists living year round in the community of 3,000. It swells to over 50,000 in the summer! Ron found a lovely ...
... 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 ...
... would appear. This incident, coupled with that in our Toronto hotel, highlights the fact that there are nutters the world over; it's just that the US and Canada seem to have an unfair share. Maybe we were lucky not to be targets?
A cloudy start to the day and the prospects for hot, sunny weather later were not good. We drove east into Chatham, as you would, and like its English namesake it has little to recommend it. Northwards now up Cape Card, Cod to you and me, on ...
... browsed to her heart's content, but left empty-handed. Southwards down the Interstate until we turned off for Plymouth. This was our first scheduled tourist stop, to look over the Mayflower (II). Under stunning blue skies we climbed aboard the Mayflower, a surprisingly small craft considering it was the home at sea to 102 separatists, later to be known as Pilgrims. In role, guides gave the background to the crossing and the ship's features, "an ...
... few little turns here and there but still making only very slow progess.Third half hour i was doing little porpoises like a dolphin, where i was diving in the water and then propellin myself back out again, which the guy seemed to be pretty impressed with.My last half hour felt like it went so quickly. I was doing huge porpoises where i was underwater for like 3 seconds and then i learned how to slash, and spray the water from the board. ...
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