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... lost between the furniture and she was not familiar with the lay out, nor could she remember how to get back out of a corner. We believe that she was happy right up to the last moment. We are sad to see her go, but relieved that she is no longer in pain and discomfort. She can now see and hear and can play in the fields of doggie-heaven.
Rest in peace our little friend. May we see eachother again and may your eternal rest be peaceful and happy.
arriving before 9am and getting a great spot close by for the RV. We
walked a couple of minutes to Plymouth Rock which is a small boulder
measuring about 1.5m long by 1m wide. The rock the residents of the
Mayflower apparently stepped onto when they landed in USA. Mixed
stories about whether this is actually true.
Then along the waterfront to Mayflower
II, a replica of the boat which left Plymouth in England with ...
... to a town called Sandwich. There we went to the Sandwich Glass Museum. We witnessed a glass blowing demonstration. That was very cool as I've never seen it other than on tv before. So they showed us how to make a wine glass. Very cool and interesting. After the glass blowing demonstration we were able to walk around and view some exhibits before landing in ...
... Wharf Waterfront Restaurant and were guided to a wonderful window view of the nearby docks and waterways. This should come as no surprise that we immediately ordered from the raw bar – Oysters! The local Barnstable Oysters have a sweet, nut-like flavor and firm meats with a unique "crunch" to their texture. They were amazing!
Perhaps it was the cocktails or the view, ...
... sweet, crisp meat. It has plump meats with a mild, sweet flavor, high brininess and a crisp, clean finish. The clam chowder – the best I have had so far. A creamy concoction with succulent tender clams and potatoes just the right size and tooth. It tasted wonderful! The steamed clams were luscious and served in an amazing broth and the fried platter was lightly battered and lightly fried ...