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A Day in Provincetown

On Friday, Dale and Hannah and I took the ferry from Plymouth to Provincetown. It’s a great way to go spend the day in this awesome town on the very tip of Cape Cod. There is no traffic to deal with, no parking to find, and no hassles of any kind. We met great people on the boat ride over and then had a fun afternoon of shopping and sight seeing, eating and drinking.

The streets are filled with people and the pride flags fly above the shops.

The harbor is beautiful and scenic.

There is so much to do but it is mostly about the shopping when we go. Dale got a new canvas bag and Hannah got a cool sweatshirt with peace signs and I got glitter make up because I just can’t pass up glitter make up when I see it. We passed on the deep fried corn on the cob, however.

We didn’t pass on the beer and the mojitos, though, at Waydowntown. There’s a reason I call this my happy place and I think these pictures do a great job of illustrating why.

Next year we need to stay for longer than an afternoon.

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  1. I just love P-town. It was our first Cape excursion when we moved here 15 years ago. So much fun! I never knew they had a ferry from Plymouth. I will have to check that out.

  2. I’m just a little bit concerned with how appealing I find that mojito right now, given that it’s not even 8:30 am. 😉

  3. P’town is such a fun place, so glad you all enjoyed your short excursion! Mmmm, now I’m hankerin’ for a mojito!

  4. Provincetown looks like a great day out. You should check out OPI’s glitter nail polish. I’ve been wearing them all summer to appease my inner 9 year old. I’m looking forward to your fiber revival post. Hope you were able to buy something nice.

  5. It sounds like a wonderful way to enjoy a weekend! Your first shot looks like a postcard. Hey, cool function when I enlarged the first picture, I was able then to scroll through them all. I hadn’t noticed that possibility before. Love the corn shot!

  6. I’ve never been to PTown. We thought about going for vacation a year or two ago, but ended up going to NH instead. I wonder if there is a ferry out my way or if our only way there is the bus.

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