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Rainy Days and Monday's...

"it's raining, it's pouring....



...the old man is snoring"...we won't let the weather get us down-that's for damn sure. A quiet morning sitting around watching the fog roll in over the lighthouse and the boats in the bay. One minute you see them, the next..you don't. It's a tough day for our photography but we make an attempt anyway. No great shots but...always worth a try. No talent required...just dumb luck.


We all have different plans today...Rick and I are checking out the transfer swap shop on our way to Wellfleet and then taking a drive down Commercial Street through town just to get out of the house for a little while. We walk in and out of a few shops, the rain is coming down steadily and the umbrella isnt helping very much. The temperature is also dropping a bit. We are wet and chilled to the bone. We drive back to P-town and I'm craving a hot cup of soup. Rick suggests we stop at Fannuzi's to check out the menu. We park, head right in and are seated within 10 minutes. I, of course, order the New England clam chowder, Rick orders chicken and chorizo soup and we share a platter of whole belly clams. Yum...hits the spot!

We drive back to the house, Dennis has the woodstove going which has taken the chill right out of the air. Jane, Denny and Jo rode to the visitors center. Bevie and Doug hit the town and found the card game they were looking for called "Cards Against Humanity. lWe make a cheese and cracker platter and decide play the game. The first few rounds are a bit awkward but once we warm up and follow the the instructions ...(to not take the game seriously)...we start to get the hang of it and get a bit ridiculous. Of course, many of the laughs come from the luck of your hand and how absurd your thinking can be. Bevie likes to count her cards at every hand which adds to the comedy. We had fun and will be playing this game again!


A little politics on TV for those who follow and then it's time to turn in to rest up for more fun tomorrow!


Posted by Linda Fluckiger 05:10 Archived in USA

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