After being a prisoner in my home all winter long, wondering if the second ice age was indeed upon us, 65 degree days feel pretty damn good. I've been getting out and walking a whole bunch because I know that the humidity is gonna land on us like a sumo wrestler in due time. One early Sunday I decided to walk over the little bridge to East Wareham.
Those are the railroad tracks.
This channel of water that flows into Buttermilk Bay is called Cohasset Narrows.
This building used to be a junk/antique shop but now it's condemned.
Then I decided to walk around The Clam Shack Antiques. So much to look at there!
Curiosity got the best of me and I decided to open the door to see what was inside.
Boy was I startled to see this guy inside! That wire attached to his hand made it move as the door opened too! "Can I get a little privacy?!?!?!"
I have always wanted to see this on a barn but unfortunately there were no Mail Pouch barns on either the drive west in 1989 or east in 2011. So this sign will have to do for now!
On the way home.
This silly little doggy barks his or her head off at me along it's fence whenever I take my walks. It's hilarious. So I took a picture of the little toughy.