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It's a Cape Cod Day

....a beautiful day for anything!


A welcome change in the weather...sunny and warm! This weather brings everyone back out on the porch to start the day which is a great way to wake up in the morning. Pink morning skies, calm blue water, coffee in hand ....good morning! Jane and I wander out to the sandbars...we can walk far out today! What fun!


The "dynamic duo"arrive and breakfast is being served....French toast and fruit for $15. Per person! A bit steep but if you consider the fact that you can get a mani and pedi with that...not a bad deal! Since the restaurant closes early due to it being a beach day and the proprietors have kites to fly and shovels and pails for shell collecting... we are asked to hurry up and pay..."time is money, you know!"


Jane, Susan and kids...on the beach. After Mairianne arrives..she, Eugene Dennis, Bevie... on the porch. Rick and Dougie take a ride to the "flea" and Jo and I take a walk to town. We have a very pleasant walk, the temperature is perfect. We stroll in and browse in and out of the shops, make a few purchases and discover the "Dorothea Rose" on the second floor of the library. A must-see! It's a life size replica of the schooner which was built by volunteers. It took 11 years to complete.


We continue strolling and walk right into another find..the James Frederick Gallery. The work is unique and one piece in particular catches our eyes. It really "speaks" to Jo. It's a beauty! "Jim" moves it around the room so we can get a better look. Depending on where... and the way the light hits it...this piece takes on a different life. We like! Alot! Jo commits- SOLD! \

He's a talented artist...check out his website: jamesfrederickprovincetown.com

Back to the house we go. We are trying out a new restaurant tonight called BLACKFISH. Rave reviews from Jo's friend so ... try it, we must!

We are all in agreement...the food is fabulous!

We will be back....


Posted by Linda Fluckiger 15:22 Archived in USA Tagged gallery james frederick provincetown capecodchefs

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