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... week with those we love.
We had the honour of being invited to the Royal St. George's College 50th anniversary bash by my former boss Steve, then combined a Toronto furniture run with a Go Freddie Go concert at the old Chick n Deli so we are still in touch with the Toronto crowd. The spring has also provided lots of opportunities to reconnect with our old Ridley pals.
We even managed to squeeze in one more consulting job to top up the travel fund ...
... have been blue sky and bright sun. The only minor exception is the sea fog that obviously characterises this part of the world, and we have watched in amazement in recent days how quickly it shrouds the peninsula once it arrives.
Our recent route, which has drawn us in a north easterly direction from Washington, has thrown up a contrasting range of sights and sites, and although the days here on the Cape ...
... the border into Massachusetts. The New England scenery continues to captivate us as we drive along.
This is another really picturesque area to visit. The thing that you notice immediately is the number of Cranberry Bogs in the area. There are acres and acres of them.
are the number one agriculture commodity of Massachusetts. They are mainly grown in the Cape
Tons of FUN with Abby on my visit back to the Cod!
This town situated right at the top of Cape Cod was amazing. The weather that day was bright sunshine so that when I climbed the 200 odd steps up the Pilgrim Monument - I could actually see Boston which was 42 miles away! The monument stands as the highest point on the Cape and was the first place the Mayflower set down upon after 67 days at sea. Within one year of the 103 odd people arriving only 53 were alive after one year! One baby was born on the ...