Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Exploring our new coast...part uno

Being new to the New England area, 
Hubs and I vowed to explore as much of 
the Northeast as possible. 

This past weekend we journeyed to 
Cape Cod with a crew of friends 
and then down to New Haven to see Sam and Ashley

What a great a restorative trip it was. 

Without further adieu...

Our pretty sweet view of the Cape. 

The weather was kinda cruddy, 
but it was perfect for beach combing.

One of my favorite surprises about Cape Cod 
was swimming with the bioluminescent jellyfish
(otherwise known as moon jellies).  

I couldn't get a good picture of it, 
but they don't sting and 
they light up under water like fireflies. 

Night swimming just got so much better. 

Boone's Farm, docks and trashy mags. 
Life is complete. 

When vacationing with a slew of artists, 
statues can be found around every corner.  

Our sweet digs for the weekend. 

It smelled just like camp, 
which was perfect. 

We also took advantage of the fresh local seafood
(and reasonable prices!)
and had a Lobster Lunch. 

And yes, we wore hats for Lobster Lunch. 
Because it was a lobster party! 

....which, in the East is properly pronounced as

However it's pronounced though, 
Max was not impressed. 


And we also ate a good deal of dawgs while there. 

What weekend cabin getaway is complete 
without a pyramid of hot dogs? 

:-) More to come tomorrow from our stop in New Haven! 

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