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August 24, 2017

Provincetown, Part 2

We stopped to get a slice at Spiritus Pizza. I haven't been here since the early 80s.

Pizza is still quite good but the slices used to be twice this size.

We sat in the shady courtyard behind the restaurant






Val's pizza grease formed into a rather apropos design, considering what town we were in!  hahaha

Like I said, tons of cool stuff to buy, but a tad out of my price range.

I wouldn't even allow myself to go in here.



Dead low tide


Wonder where she finds bras?


Cute idea!

Very old building from the 1800s

Great people watching too.

18 comments:

  1. What a getup!! Interesting pix JoJo. See you found an arch to take pix of again. I also wondered what the birds do for water?

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    1. You mean in the birdbath? I don't know! Maybe they keep it filled with the ball in the center.

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  2. I want a slice for lunch today. Yum! Looks like a lot to see- eye candy temptation

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    1. I didn't even allow myself to set foot in the store with the marbles in the window. I wanted to but I would have spent WAY more than I should so I walked away.

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  3. We stayed in Chatham (from the UK) a few years ago and paid a visit to Provincetown without knowing anything about it. We had quite a shock but really liked it there! We walked into a candle shop and realised that every candle was a dildo - good job we are broadminded...
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    1. PTown can be a shock for the uninitiated. lol It's always been that way...since the 60s. That side of Cape Cod has always attracted the artists and colourful people. If there was work, I'd love to live near PTown.

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  4. Great photos, as always. Looks like you had fun. I love the 'coins for trees' bench.

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    1. I would have donated but my spare coins are for my 'amazon gift card' fund. Our Coinstar machines offer the full amount of your coins if you get a giftcard.

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  5. Interesting place, and um, interesting people. Ha Ha. I love pizza, though I think I would pass on that greasy one. I really think I'd like the shopping there!

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    1. Mine was pretty cold to be honest....but hers had just come out of the oven and still a bit runny.

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  6. A delightful photo tour, JoJo! That garden entices me with its green shady places.

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    1. It was a lovely haven to escape the heat and humidity on Commercial Street. All those people.

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  7. You've made me fall in love with Provincetown. And I laughed at the question about bras. Maybe two XXXL condoms?

    Take care, JoJo.

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    1. You would looooove it!!!! Hey you're right! Maybe the 2nd floor of Shop Therapy will have the giant condoms to fit that statue! hahahaha

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  8. Man, that looks like a good slice of pizza! Great, and just like that I want a slice and it's not even 8:00 a.m. haha Such a quaint little town. I miss those!

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    1. I was so fired up for more pizza that I ordered some when I got home. lol That one slice was just not enough!

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  9. Hey JoJo,

    Provincetown is just the sort of place I like to visit. I got to be there what with all your nice photos. Time for a pizza, methinks.

    Gary :)

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    1. You would love it! So much fun!

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