English poet and cleric, John Donne said, “No man is an island.” Humans as social beings find ways to get connected. Bridges between islands, boats as means of transport to be with other people to name two. Man’s efforts to get connected many times please the eye, like the scene below.
On our day trip to Chatham, Massachusetts from our home base in South Yarmouth while we were in Cape Code, hubby brought our group to Chatham Pier. My eyes were immediately drawn to the Chatham Pier Fish Market where they serve, you guessed it, seafood! This fried clam strips and chips were delicious! I would … More Tasty Tuesday: Fried Clam Strips and Chips
Starting Wednesday, I will be posting at Dee Travels as I am very close to reaching the limit of the allotted GB for Here, There, Everywhere. If you’d like, stay connected with me at deetravelssite.wordpress.com. See you there! 🙂 I received this flag when I became a citizen of the United States back in 2011. … More Memento Monday: USA Flag
The beauty of Monomoy Island in Cape Cod is imprinted in my mind. This boat floating on the blue water made me wish I was on it, enjoying the breeze and smell of salty water on a boat ride.
Spare (adjective) – elegantly simple
Race Point is located in Cape Cod’s northern tip. Vessels negotiating its bars found travel treacherous. Thus, as early as 1808, Provincetown residents had asked for a lighthouse. In November 1816, their wish was granted when Race Point Lighthouse was lighted. It is one of the lighthouses with revolving lights. The feature differentiated it from … More Free Friday: Race Point Lighthouse Tour, Cape Cod
This country is called America the Beautiful for a reason, so we decided to take a closer look. Here, the most stunning place in every single U.S. state. Cue all of the wanderlust. Source: Most Beautiful Place in Every State – PureWow This article caught my attention on my Facebook Newsfeed. I excitedly clicked on … More Pressed: Most Beautiful Place in Every State – PureWow
“After 14 years and 27 deaths while being constructed, the Brooklyn Bridge over the East River is opened, connecting the great cities of New York and Brooklyn for the first time in history. Thousands of residents of Brooklyn and Manhattan Island turned out to witness the dedication ceremony, which was presided over by President Chester … More Today in History: In 1883, Brooklyn Bridge, NYC Opened
When one is in Cape Cod, Massachusetts enjoying the seafood is a must! I absolutely had to have fish and chips. At Salty’s the fish and chips come with onion rings on top and the chips hidden underneath a good sized fish. 😋
Free Brewery Tour. Free Beer. Free Souvenir! Hubby and I have been to several free brewery tours with beer sampling, but none of them gives away free souvenirs like Samuel Adams Brewery in Boston, Massachusetts. Visitors were pleasantly surprised when the tour guide informed everyone after the beer sampling that we get to take the … More Memento Monday: Samuel Adams Glass