Home for the next several days is beautiful Cape Cod, actually Peter's Pond, in Sandwich. The following photos show the amenities at Peter's Pond.
There is much to see and do here, and we are anxious to visit Cape Cod National Seashore.
Resplendent with sea grass and sand dunes, the Atlantic Coast is so different from the Pacific. The beautiful Province Lands Visitor's Center located near the end of the Cape, allows for breathtaking views out to the Atlantic Ocean and to Provincetown Harbor.
When I went to school, we were taught the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock. I'm sure they did, but only after arriving in what is now Provincetown.
This marker designates the place near where the Pilgrims first landed, and has a museum. Since we arrived after closing hours, we were not able to see the exhibit.
Sunset finds us driving down the narrow streets of Provincetown with it's many interesting shops, people, and traffic! Here is a glimpse of what we see.
The buildings are equally as fascinating as the glorious views, and the light is perfect to capture views on the bay.
With night rapidly approaching, Bob drives slowly as I jump out onto the street and take what pictures I can grab. It's such an interesting place, and I'm only sorry we didn't spend the entire day out here!
For further information: Cape Cod National Seashore
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