President Grover Cleveland had a summer home in Bourne, called Gray Gables. This is the train station which was moved to the grounds at Aptuxcet Trading Post in the 70s.
Aptuxcet Trading Post. This was established in 1627 by the Pilgrims of the Plymouth Colony.
Trading Post. Not open for the season yet.
This is a half-scale replica of a Revolutionary War era coastal sloop which is being restored.
Lots of turkeys on the Cape now!
This is down the street from the Trading Post, near the train bridge.
Looking across at Mass Maritime.
And over at my 'hood
I hung around here for awhile, in the hopes that a train would show up but it didn't.
I really never get tired of shooting pictures of this bridge.