Summer: beach days, picnics, bike rides, bonfires, fireflies, s'mores, swimming, boating, ice cream, lobster rolls, fried clams... All the things you do during the summer on Cape Cod.
The Cape & Islands have 15 towns and two islands. Every town offers something a little different and the islands, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard are both very different.
Yesterday's Sunday drive included Truro and Provincetown. Both towns are very different, very seasonal and still a bit remote. We ended at the tip, Provincetown, Ma. Provincetown is located at the northern tip of Cape Cod. It's a seaside town on the site of the 1620 Mayflower landing. There is towering Pilgrim Monument and Museum at the site. "P'town" as it's known, for a very long time as an artisan haven, and LGBTQ community, Commercial Street, the main drag has restaurants, bars, galleries, cabarets and specialty shops.
At just about a 3,000 year round residents population, it's a special spot for those who call it home.