This adorable and friendly little doggie came over to say Hi at Wellfleet Harbor.
Then we went to the Eastham Windmill.
We had a delicious lunch at Guapo's Tortilla Shack in Orleans, then stopped at the Fort Hill Trail in Eastham on the way back to her house.
Coast Guard Station at the National Seashore. Back in the 70s, every 5th grade class went there to spend the night. We had to hike the trails and take notes on what we saw, we were out on the beach at night for a quick lesson on the stars, and the following day we were taken to the Marconi Wireless site and had to hike around there. While my description sounds like it was fun, I did not have one bit of fun on it. It was miserable and I was so homesick and hated being there. Other than spending a few nights away from home at my aunt's or grandmother's, I'd never been away before, and this was with my classmates!!! But not going was not an option.
This is a wooden whale jawbone, thankfully. It's at the Captain Penniman House.