After I left the 9/11 Memorial, I headed downtown to take a walk before the weather turned ugly.
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In all the times I was up there, I had yet to walk out on the long breakwater that sticks out into Plymouth Harbor. Figured it'd be a good day to do it.
Once off the wooden bridge on the rocks, it was not only windy, it was hurricane-force windy.
A lot of graffiti on the rocks....mostly obnoxious but I did like the shark.
Looking back at town.
By this point I was really getting scared I was going to get blown off the rocks. I was so grateful for that cable because I was gripping it like grim death. I wanted to go down to the end but decided to turn back.
I know this looks creepy, like I was down on the rocks near the water, but I took it at the bend in the breakwater. Believe me, I was still holding tight to the cable!
This is looking across the water at Long Beach.
And the tip of Long Beach.
Still sunny where I was
But bad weather was moving in fast
I was starved so I stopped at Cabby Shack for a quick grilled chicken Caesar salad. It was so good.
I love how it's painted inside. A couple of years ago, I posted a pic of the orca whale painted on one of the other walls.
This guy was next to my table.
Like I was going to pass up a Cupcake Charlie's! I ate that on the walk back to the car. Oh sweet funfetti icing goodness! How I love thee!