With Mary feeling much better, yesterday we headed out on a day sight-seeing trip. Since the weather forecast was for sunny, in the mid-80’s and high humidity, I chose a route that I hoped would provide us with some ocean breezes to help stay a little cooler.
We departed our parking location at the VFW in Hyannis and headed east along the southern coast. Reaching the Atlantic Ocean on the eastern shore of Cape Cod, we turned north for a while and returned to our starting point on the Mid-Cape Highway, U.S. Route 6. Along the way we passed though towns with names like Yarmouth, Harwich, Chatham and Orleans. We enjoyed a nice seafood platter for lunch.
Arriving back at the VFW about 3:30 PM, it was hot! So we retreated to the air-conditioned VFW lounge and enjoyed a cool one. Luckily very near our motorhome parking spot we have some nice trees. We retired there in the shade with a nice breeze and read our books until about 8:00 PM. Other than being to hot for a while, it was another nice day.
Here’s four of the photos I took…
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After being on Martha’s Vineyard for a week, Mary didn’t like all the traffic and people here on Cape Cod. “Just wait until the weekend”…I told her…”You ain’t seen nothing yet!”
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