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Cape Cod National Seashore and Old Harbor Life-Saving Station

7/21/14 Monday in Rochester, MA (Gateway To Cape Cod-TT/OW)

It rained all night long but we still went to the end of Cape Cod today, taking a couple hours to get there. 713 more words

National Parks (NPS)

Driving around the Cape

The one thing that we had not done yet was a tour of Cape Cod, MA. Because we are limited to biking or walking we have not explored the area. 365 more words


Fri. Oct. 4, 2013: Annoying Start to the Day

Friday, October 4, 2013
New Moon
Sunny and cooler

Yesterday was a gorgeous, fun day. I worked in the morning, got stuff out, did pitches, got a review out, ran some errands. 305 more words

Race Point - Provincetown, MA

Race Point is the northernmost extremity of the Lower Cape; or, as I learned in Elementary School, since the Cape looks like a flexed arm, it is the “knuckle” at the end of the clenched fist that approximates the area of Provincetown.  36 more words

Provincetown June 6, 2013

This day marked our first official trip into Provincetown, the very tip of Cape Cod, here in Massachusetts. Where the first “OFFICIAL” Landing of the Pilgrims, took place back in Mid November of 1620, and they sent crews onward to their original destination currently known as the Town of Plymouth, Where Brett works, and where the Famous Plymouth Rock is located, or thereabouts. 319 more words


Race Point Beach a part of Provincetown history

Provincetown’s National Seashore,  managed by the National Park Service, includes historic Race Point beach and Race Point Light. The Race Point Lighthouse served as an important beacon to ships before the days of radar and radio. 202 more words


By the Light of the Sea

An incredible sense of healing embraces you, as light touches your eyes…and warms your heart, filling your spirit with beauty and peace. Connect to the deeper sense of yourself that reaches beyond your soul…Blessings.

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