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... their year round but in the summer it can rise to 100,000. 56% of the homes are seasonally populated. Being an island it is only accessible by boat or air.
More interesting to Andrew it was where Jaws was filmed. We spent most of the time there being dragged about by Andrew trying to find area's where the filming took place. We managed to find the water taxi's, the town roads that Brody ...
... dark and quite late. We decided to have a Wendy's for dinner off their dollar menu and have our desserts we had purchased at Bova's. We went in to Walmart for a self inflation air mattress that previous campers had told us were the bees knees, a 12 volt inverter to charge Ted computer while traveling and boondocking and some eggs. We ended the day tired but happy that it had indeed stopped raining and we got to see all the historic sites that start of this ...
... Primary (like my school back home). It was COLD in Chatham - very cold. but we still looked around the streets and visited the park which had a great display for Halloween. From here we drove to Provincetown at the end of the Cape.
Saturday we went over on the big ferry to Martha's Vineyard (an island off Cape Cod). It was so windy and cold, but we had a good time.
... going dancing..... Maybe tomorrow. Hyannis Day Three Wanted a better breakfast this morning so talked Deb into walking down town, I got ham and eggs, Deb had a cheese and ham croissant, they were both fine but Deb coffee was too strong so she tipped some out in the street and topped it up with milk, at which point it curdled. She gave up and shared my juice, probably won't be going back there. Met the others at the car around ten, they'd had a similar breakfast to ...
... with people dressed in 1620's clothing taking on the roles of the Pilgrims. They also had a Wampanoag Home site, with decedents of the actual Indians that lived there. Visitors are encouraged to ask the people questions about their lives (back in the 1620's). When we arrived at the Plantation, the first thing we saw was a Pilgrim picking corn in the corn field. They were holding services in one of ...