Surf and Sand Beach Motel
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... know my trees very well), but there are still a lot of them. I've rented a house in Wellfleet and the area is thick with pine trees. It reminds me of an older, quainter version of Stinson Beach, but where a Stinson house might have one scrubby pine, the lot of this house has at least six, and it's like that all the way down to the water. It's amazing what a little rain can do (or a lot of rain, as the case may be tonight).
... who once patrolled the beaches on foot looking for ships in distress, then put their own lives in danger to rescue those on board with very primitive equipment.
Provincetown is located on the sheltered bay at the top end of Cape Cod, its a small resort town with lots of artists living year round in the community of 3,000. It swells to over 50,000 in the summer! Ron found a lovely ...
... with a giant homemade chocolate chip cookie which was just dying to be dunked in milk but sadly we didn’t have any and that cookie didn’t last more than three steps anyways!
We drove 30 minutes up the coast to Provincetown which is as far as you can drive up Cape Cod. It was a super adorable town that was filled with tourists who were probably also coming from the Oysterfest. Provincetown is known for being gay friendly and the rainbow flags everywhere ...
... the Natick churches were gay friendly, with a female reverend. What a perfect little town! We used the afternoon to slowly drive down to Cape Cod. Once again we avoided highways and enjoyed the drive through all the little towns. New England has so much history that every town seems to have so much spirit and soul to it that the drives are really fun. We stopped in a town called Sandwich, right at the entrance to Cape Cod. I didn't know ...
... however, was not for the faint hearted.
A long drive back down the Cape to visit a quilting shop that Heather G had recommended. Halfway down the heavens opened and stormy rains deluged the central Cape. We finally reached the said shop and Steph "rooted" around the fat quarters (technical term for the initiated). It was an Aladdin's cave, for fabrics not jewels. The rain eased and we turned into Murphy's restaurant and bar for supper. It turned out this was also ...