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... before shapes on the dance floor and stumbled home and had great difficulty getting the key in the door. Not surprisingly we slept like logs until midday the next day.
My vote is Cape Cod over Martha's Vineyard. MV is really quaint and all of the houses look like they are made from Ginger Bread though I just didn't like the overall vibe. Cape Cod seemed much more laid back, eclectic and real.
... Closed for the season. Reason? Freezing!". We must have missed it by a day as there was still rubbish in the bins.
So we drove back to near our hotel and checked out a Jamaican restaurant. The jerk sauce was delicious and the owner spent the entire meal talking with me about cricket. I think it had been a long while for him being able to have this type of discussion so it was lots of fun.
Afterwards we headed to the hotel and relaxed.
... with a little stone soup I made to use up a few odds & ends and get vegetables into N.
Thursday, Day 6:
Today was bike day! Everyone but A, T & I piled into 2 cars and drove to Nickerson State Park, while the three of us rode the 3 bikes from the rental house out to the Cape Cod Rail Trail Bike Shop to rent a trailer. It was a day rental and they hooked it up handily to T's bike. Then we pedaled down to the park, passing tons of ...
LOVED today!!! Love, Love, Loved!!
We loaded up the dogs in the Jeep and headed out toward Plymouth.
We were told that as long as the girls were "Guide dogs" they could come in. Apparently they have never met Dasher. "Oh yeah, they are guide dogs. How did you know??" We were surprised at how wonderfully she behaved. There were several bus loads (and I do mean several) of kids that were dropped off for the day. We are talking several hundred here. They were on the ...
... island. Many cobblestone streets still exist (not fun to drive on) but to look at, pretty cool. Nantucket was famous for its Whaling operations back in the day. The island was formed by a glacial moraine deposited here during the Ice Age!!
The original settlers to this island were the Wampanoag Indians, however, the land was deeded to Thomas Mayhew and his son who were merchants from ...