Three Seasons Motor Lodge
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... things. It was here we bought our final US licence plate completing our 18 in total!
Paulie asked one shop owner where in his opinion sold the best fish and chips (because we had to eat cod in Cape Cod) and so the owner told us to go to a very non-descript window around the corner to order, then go to their little decking area to enjoy the view and of course the food!
We did just as ...
... most unexpected visitor we've had is a large turkey which paraded in front of us when we were out on our deck. It eventually flew off into one of the trees.
The nice warm weather has come to an end with rather more extreme weather than we expected with high winds and rainstorms, and Hurricane Joaquin threatening to come up this coast. We're heading out to Boston for 3 days then down to NYC from there.
... in an effort to overpower the hijackers. Famous words of Todd Beemer, "Let’s Roll!" echo the heroic efforts of these great Americans who died that day! Heroes forever.
There was a large boulder unearthed in the rubble; it was placed near where the Boeing 757-222 crashed traveling about 563 mph. The impact obliterated the plane and everyone on it. The investigators dug 35 ft into the ground, of the once open ...
... so once again we motored some and did get some sailing in when the wind picked up. Another perfect sunny day. I have had so much sun, I stayed in the cockpit reading. We went through the Cape Cod Canal in 45 minutes because we were with the tide. If we hadn't timed it, it could take over 2 hrs to get through against it. Fiddlers Cove was about an hour on the other side...a charming small cove.. Just as we were coming in ...
... the lower cape!! It's a nature lovers paradise.
Built in 1898, the Old Harbour Life-Saving Station is one of the few surviving unaltered stations left in the country. It was a step back in time & interesting to see some of the old equipment & methods used. The small canon called a Lyle Gun shot ropes out to ships wrecked near shore to save the people on board. You have to admire ...