Riviera Beach Resort - Bass River
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... on ‘supposedly’ lies) and a replica on the ship in which they landed on called the Mayflower.
The second day was a fun jam packed and memorable day with equally wonderful weather to match.
At the start of the Cape Cod peninsular is a town called Sandwich which we intended on paying only a short visit to but ended up staying for the majority of the day!
And how could ...
... 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 ...
After that tour, we were going to drive at least half way to Cape Cod, but we discovered that Shanksville, PA was not far from our route, so we all stopped to see the Flight 93 crash site. We arrived to a hubbub of activity, television trucks and camera crews and lots of people all in attendance to launch, in anticipation of the 14th anniversary of 9-11, the new Visitors Center at the Flight ...
... 2 red beaked American Oyster Catchers...I was on the bow with the lines for docking and no camera in hand! The clubhouse here is first class. We first took showers and everyone has private bath and shower rooms. Then we brought all the food for making dinner to the clubhouse kitchen and cooked a gourmet Italian dinner. Great to be able to use such large cooking quarters. Tomorrow the guys are playing golf with a friend who ...
... was active in five major wars (the Mexican-American War, American Civil War, Spanish-American, World War I and World War II) but never fired a shot in anger.
During the Mexican War Fort Adams was briefly under the command of Brigadier General Franklin Pierce, who would be elected President of the United States in 1852.
The War Department was concerned about the political sympathies of Marylanders during the Civil War, so the United States Naval Academy was ...