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Travel Blogs from Provincetown
... parking fine.
Movie Drive In - with authentic MONO speakers and popcorn with liquid butter. Ruth and James did camping.
Long dreary drive to Falmouth and then great cycle ride and home for a lovely sunset.
Off to Nantucket ...
... a pot of krill. Really caught our interest and passed the time.
The first whale was spotted way off the normal track and when we got to the feeding ground we had 7-9 whales feeding. I am v proud of James' video that he took and have included it with some ropey stills. Also great views of the lighthouses and dunes. We were all really aware of being caught on the wrong side of the boat. We also had three "full breaches" the classic hunchback up and out of the water but ...
This morning we drove to Falmouth, about 45 minutes, to catch the Island Queen Ferry to Martha's Vineyard. Martha's Vineyard is primarily known as a summer colony, and is accessible only by boat and air. There are about 16000 permanent residents but over summer the population can swell to 100,000 or more. The ferry trip takes about 35 minutes. The day started out overcast and the sea was quite choppy but by the time we arrived the sun was shining again. You can get an all day ...
... team competitive meal making with Tom and James on one team and Ruth and me on the other. Team T&J did BBQ extraordinaire and Team A&R are doing a homage to our holidays in Greece with Greek salad and Mousaka.
Really nothing more exciting today except that Tom has relinquished the driving to me as he is better with maps. I needlessly inspired great confidence by mixing up accelerator and break but ok since then!
Dull day but needed down time.
... in Earlsdon - and it seemed that the locals enjoyed going there. There were big guys, gay girls, homeless and homos. And us.
We wandered home, bought a bottle of wine, and enjoyed the sweet sounds of a guy playing the piano outside the town hall. He sounded like Bob Dylan and looked like a vagrant. So it could've been Bob Dylan.
The bed was super comfy. And the Word is still a brilliant comedy idea from Steven Colbert.