|A line of "Ginger Bread" Cottages.|
There a still plenty of images and clips for me to go through.
So as I was saying there was lots of rain to accompany us down to Falmouth on Cape Cod. Sometimes quite heavy. It rained right into the late evening the first night. It didn't bother us all that much as we couldn't officially get into our rooms until 2p.m. and it was 9:20 in the morning. Despite the steady rain we had umbrellas and we would inevitably have to eat lunch and it was good to stretch our legs after the white knuckle drive down. The manager knows us by now and will get our room ready as soon as possible. At least that's what she says. For all I know the room is 10 minutes from being ready and it's an act to ingratiate the hotel to the customer. It doesn't really matter, they have always treated us well here. The next three days were picture book perfect, though we noticed a significant influx of people by Thursday. This is the latest in Spring we have come here. It's around this time when the tourist start to flock in. The population grows from 15,000 to over 100,000 through the summer. No thanks! When you go early in the season or late in the Fall there are times you feel you've got the place to yourself. Sill, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday were all quite lovely.
The Main drag in Oak Bluffs at about 9 a.m.