Hyannis Inn Motel
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... build as Mr Smith of Thornbury’s past golf experience was letting him down, but then came hole no.3...and it wasn’t pretty!
After an easy 2 putt from Mr Smith, Mrs Smith fell behind after an 11 putt attempt... (Well the hole was set on a slope and the ball just didn’t want to play...ball!)
Hole no. 7 was just as bad when Mrs Smith opted for the ‘risky’ route ...
Ok we started the day in TN, VA, WVA, MD, NJ, NY, CT, RI, MA. 9 states in one day. Thanks to the slave driver on a mission Nora. Now everyone please understand I am only joking about nora she is the task master and what keeps us on track. I'd have gotten distracted and we'd still be getting to the start of our trip. I know we've been on vacation for a couple days but we had agreed that our vacation didn't start till Plymouth. However let ...
... down to a very tidal beach. On our way back to Yarmouth we also found the first real coffee place on the Cape. Unfortunately it's 10 miles from our house.
We've been to Hyannisport which is where the Kennedys lived on a 6 acre waterfront property, visited the JFK museum and did a beach walk to look at the houses in the Kennedy compound...easy to do despite being told "no way" at the museum! Among one ...
3rd Week – 9th thru 12 Sep
Sep 9 – On Wednesday, we joined up in Champion PA with Charlotte and Roger Duckett, our friends from Ouray, CO. It was a joyful reunion, as we have not seen them for a number of years. Near Champion PA is one of Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece houses, Falling Waters, which is built into a rock with a creek flowing below. It was a gorgeous place and a supreme example ...
... tickets if we followed his instructions (the quote above). We thanked him and left, knowing we weren't staying into the evening. We stopped in a small family sweet shop (full of tourists) to get some homemade fudge. It was quite funny - the only seemed to sell the fudge by the pound (weight) and the shop assistant seemed completely befuddled that anyone would want less than a pound of fudge. We ended up buying a quarter pound which was still enough to choke a horse. The ...