Crow's Nest Resort
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... on the way. Provincetown is famous because it is the place where the pilgrims arrived on the Mayflower ship in 1620.
We visited the Pilgrim monument which is a monument to the pilgrims. Built in 1910 it is the tallest all granite structure in the United States at 252 feet tall. We walked the 116 steps to the top and there were amazing views. It was a sad as Brian and Denise were leaving the next ...
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Another surprise the white oaks are the biggest oak leaves I have ever seen! The trees themselves are not huge, perhaps the large leaves compensate somehow for a smaller tree!
We met some Russian people gathering these mushrooms in the ...
Time to leave the Big Apple and head North. Dane picked up our campervan 'leap frog' which is painted mat black with a frog and buzzy bee. We hit the road heading to Cape Cod. We did a few cheeky stops along the way, discovering our first mall and walmart - what an awesome place, you can literally get nearly everything you need there. Food, clothing, electronics, hoursehold appliances, the list goes on. We had McDonald's for lunch - it had to be done, we're in America. We can ...
... amp; Mark-accommodating, helpful and great cooks! It was a nice reprieve from being too near the Brimfield scene!
A very interesting Restaurant in W. Brookefield named the Salem Cross Inn-huge historical site built by John White, grandson of Peregrine White, the first child born on the Mayflower in 1620! The historical information on this is fascinating.
We took a side trip to another college/artsy town called Amherst.
We decided that since we were only about 35 miles from Plymouth, Massachusetts, it would be a good place to visit while in the area. Rick and Flo had something else to do so it was just Larry, Shirley, Kaptain and me. The first place we went to was "Plimoth Plantation". (www.plimoth.org) No I didn't spell it wrong, that is the way they spelled it. It was a recreation of the English Village in Plymouth ...