Part 4 of a series…
After leaving Martha’s Vineyard, we drove to Provincetown, at the furthest tip of Cape Cod. P-Town is a small town whose population ranges from 3,000 to 60,000 over the course of the year.
Beaches, shops, architecture and an eclectic mix of residents and visitors make Provincetown an interesting take.
The Pilgrims signed the Mayflower Compact here when they landed in 1620, before settling across the bay in Plymouth on the mainland.
Race Point Beach faces east on the Atlantic Ocean. On this October day, a few brave souls came out to enjoy the last warm days of the year.
So what’s the verdict???
Tomorrow, more from Cape Cod.
This series has been absolutely wonderful! I have spent time in Boston, but never had the time to get across the water. Your commentary gives some very good advice which I will implement when I visit. With limited time others recommendations are always welcome.
I look forward to similar experiences (series) like this one in the future!
Thank you so much!
Thanks Karen, appreciate the positive feedback. Hope you can visit again and make time to visit the island and Cape. Best, Ed