June 9 -23 – Off to NH, Cape Cod, Quebec, Vermont and New York State

Our latest adventure began on June 9th with a trip to New Hampshire to visit Nancy and family.  We were fortunate enough to be able to park our motor home at our former next-door neighbors

while we visited family and then spent a week at our cottage in Brewster, MA.

The next day, we got to watch Taylor in an ice skating show

which included one routine with her dad, Jason.

That evening, Debbie and I celebrated our 46th anniversary

One of us is obviously a Saint and has had the patience of Job!

The following Wednesday, we were fortunate enough to be on hand for Jake’s graduation from Kindergarten.

Unfortunately, our schedule meant being disappointed in missing Sean’s Kindergarten graduation back in New Jersey!

On Saturday, we left for Cape Cod where we spent a week.  Debbie’s brother, David was there for two days before he flew back to Phoenix.   Other than some spring cleaning and outside yard work at our cottage,

we spent most of our time with Ken and Cheryl, the couple we met on our honeymoon and with whom we’ve had a very special relationship for the past 46 years!

Aside from a round of golf at Highland Links in Truro (one of only a handful of legitimate “links course” in North America), we did some sightseeing on the Outer Cape (Eastham, Wellfleet, Truro and Provincetown,) where we never get bored with its charm and beauty.

Den Robin Beach, Brewster where you can walk out on a mile of “flats” at low tide (the widest of anywhere in the United States)

Oyster Farm, Brewster, MA

Red color from miniature clams and alga

Burrowing Crab

Provincetown Pier

Beach in Provincetown

Tidal Estuary

Cape Cod National Seashore

Castle Hill Art Center

Typical Cape Cod Home in Truro

Wind-sculptured Sand Hoodoos

Gull Reflected on Brewster Flats

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