Inn at the Moors
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... br> The plan after the Cape is Pembroke with Mary and Dave for a few days, a visit with Anne who is on the injured reserve list, then Montreal for the F1 Grand Prix weekend, then a few days in Ottawa with Marilynn and Paul. Then off to the cottage for the summer with a weekend racing and camping at Watkins Glen with our boot buddies thrown in late June. Cottage plans include lots of guests and a refresh of the kitchen to keep Annette from cabin fever. Apparently ...
It's a sunny day in Cape Cod, and after almost two very busy weeks, time for a down day, to allow for some housekeeping and a rest. We've, respectively, swum and run this morning, and now we're sitting outside, watching and listening to a woodpecker creating a summer house in the bush that surrounds our latest home away from home. It's the sort of day where the biggest decision we have to make ...
... with around 14,000 acres being used. They are harvested in the autumn.
A lot of the
homes have great character, being built with shingles, something that is not
seen back home. As the shingles age
they transgress from the blond wood look to become silver/grey. Well I have to say that most of the homes in
the USA are of timber exterior walls compared to our brick veneer homes.
Tons of FUN with Abby on my visit back to the Cod!
... to check whether her tips box had been filled. She got her comeuppance though as no-one left her one - Boooyah! In your face underpaid Hispanic lady! Now you'll have to sell that kidney after all - apparently they are available for about $15000 at the moment.
As a final insult, I took two bagels with cream cheese for a mid-morning snack.
The Best Western had served us well enough, but it was time once again to hit the road. Today's ...