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Old 07-06-2009, 12:13 PM   #1
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Cape Cod - July 4th Weekend

3day/2night Trip to CapeCod

Map of the places visited. We stayed in Wellfleet, MA and visited Provincetown & Great Island in Wellfleet.

Provincetown Pier

Provincetown - Commercial St where all action is

Artist in action

The tip of CapeCod is the farther shore.

View from the window at the place we stayed

Great Island Beach - I

Great Island Beach - II

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Thanks for sharing your pics. I really need to live close to water....
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I think it looks like a beautiful place--I'll have to scrape my drool of envy off the screen and look at the photos again!

Wow, it looks like you had great weather! I loved seeing the beach, the town, and all!
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I've looked at this thread five or six times and crave tartar sauce every time, add a side of fries, and maybe some fish.

Great pix, you're setting the bar higher; now listen up, everyone, maps are now required along with the photos.
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Love the photos! Looks like an idyllic vacation spot and a great place to explore.
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Aaaaaaah...thank you for the wonderful memory jog.
Cape Cod has been a very special place in both my childhood and adulthood.
I need to get back there soon...the ocean is a great healer and inspiration.
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Old 07-07-2009, 08:44 PM   #8
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The weather here - east coast has been interesting to say the least. It rained 22 days in June and we almost forgot how sunshine looked. But only for the long weekend we had seasonal weather - lots of sunshine and we were thrilled. I like cape cod because the pace of life is slower and there are so many beaches and places to walk that you don't have to be in a crowded place unless you want to.
I got the map idea from TramboneAl.
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