The Bourne Rotary is not much fun to navigate at all. I don't like it one bit and it's like trying to drive in a video game. I think this region is the only one that refers to 'rotaries'; elsewhere they are called traffic circles or roundabouts. This one is huge with 5 major roads plus the gas station & state police barracks all converging on it, with cars going around side by side and trying to exit at the various roads, plus people trying to merge on at the same time. This is a screen cap of the aerial view of the rotary in the center with all the roads going on and off. There are smaller rotaries at either end of Buzzards Bay, but they aren't near as big as this one.
I stopped to get a couple shots of this place, which is next to the gas station.
Shot of the rotary from the lobster place. That's an I-Hop restaurant on the other side (International House of Pancakes for those unfamiliar with the I-Hop name).
Then I went to the I-Hop parking lot to get a shot of this shrubbery greeting at the foot of the bridge, as you cross over to the Cape.
I-Hop had one of those whales too, but it desperately needs to be repainted!
State Police barracks.
I hope you enjoyed this little trip around Bourne!