The Breakers on the Ocean
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After organising ourselves we drove up to the more rugged Cape Cod National Seashore which is a beautiful 26 mile drive. The entire area has not succumbed to over development and so it has retained a lazy, sandy and rugged charm....I can see why JFK loved the area.
We were excited to go to the Beachcomber Hotel for some fresh Wellfleet oysters and the famous raw bar. Unfortunately as we entered the car park we were greeted with a huge ...
... coming down here on Saturday and N had a decent nap. Our house in Brewster is really lovely! We set the little boys up in a bedroom together and hoped for the best. It has worked out well so far, though they've been napping separately due to slightly different nap times and N's need for dark (fortunately there are some big, dark closets that can be made cozy without losing ventilation!). Someone from Pretty Picky Real Estate came by and took a contingent down ...
Year 2, Day 96 - Today we took the ferry to Nantucket. It was a beautiful day and we thoroughly enjoyed our day on the island. Yes, 50 years ago, I came with my girlfriend, Sandra, on a trip with our church youth group! It has grown over that period of time, but not as much as you might have guessed. Still NO fast food joints! That alone is a real blessing.
We took a bus tour for 1.5 hours from an ...
... traverse the small streets. Along the route, we found a fantastic Portuguese Bakery and had to go back a second time, it was so good. We then toured the Old Town Hall building - such beautiful architecture!
There is a wonderful theater community in P-Town, which I love about it. Playing in a couple of days from our visit were Carol Channing and Tommy Tune - ...
... care of a true treasure.
A trip to this area of the Cape is not complete until you go to Nauset Beach and eat the Fried Clams (my favorite) or the Lobster Roll. And, unfortunately (and I mean that in a GOOD way), we ate many!!! In my day it was called Philbrick's and now Liam's; but the food is still excellent!! The water is still COLD, 54 degrees (back in the day that didn't bother me, but now??? Nah...) and the waves still fun to body surf in (but ...