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A visit to the Harbor...and a new scarf


It's a Cape Cod day and a beautiful day for a ride to Chatham. This year we add the Harbor to our list of sites on tour. Jo, familiar with the area directs us right to the Harbormaster's quarters....


Into town we go for a wonderful lunch at the Impudent Oyster (air conditioning included). Today is another HHH (hazy, hot and humid) day so the air conditioning is very welcomed.


We browse in and out of the shops then head back to the house so we can meet Jo's childhood friend, MaryAnn. MaryAnne is a beach girl and loves to soak it all in while relaxing in the sun...our kind of girl.


The DN Convention is on and most of the group opts to stay in this evening...and you guessed it...Jane and I head into town.


Jane saw a scarf a few days ago in one of the shops that she wants to check out again...we start fiddling around with it , trying it on in different ways and quite animated about it, apparently, that two other women start commenting on how cute they look. We are having a hard time deciding on which color scheme to choose. Another woman joins the fun and, well, Jane and I walk out with our "lovely" scarves and possibly convince the other woman on one as well. Jane wears hers right out of the store....Further down the road in front of the town hall Rick spots us. We snap a few shots of a painting of a bird in an art gallery and then head for the bus stop.


A few of the girls out tonight:


Tonight Rick and I are staying at the Breakwater for the next two nights before heading home. I'll be back in the morning for a coffee and some early morning photos from the porch.

Posted by Linda Fluckiger 11:54 Archived in USA

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