No trip to Provincetown is complete with a stop at Shop Therapy. But first we were on the hunt for some lunch.
This cracked us up. What's more, they wanted $10 for him.
More of the front of Shop Therapy
Every time I go to PTown I say I'm going to stop here before I leave. Every year I forget. This year was no different.
We had lunch here at The Mayflower, which has been in PTown since the 1920s. I remember being little and eating here. I was terrified at the caricatures on the walls. They truly scared me. It wasn't until I was in my mid 20s that I would set foot inside this place to conquer my fear.
They still creep me out.
Happy hubby holding up a Cape Cod placemat.
I have always loved these. All the restaurants on the Cape had them 'back in the day'.
Thought this was cool too. It's a real working tide clock.
Before going inside Shop Therapy, I had to detour down the alley next to it cause it's just the coolest exhibit of art. The pictures I have posted here are the G or PG rated ones. Others are not suitable for work, and can be found on my Facebook page.
Anyways, I'm glad I didn't get in trouble for taking pics inside. I can't resist. I mean since I can't possibly afford ALL of it, I need pictures so that I can at least look at all that cool stuff!! Oh, as a side note, the upstairs is all adult stuff, so it's 18 and older only.
I just want to LIVE here. Everything is so neat! I got Mark a blue tie dye romper.
If I had the room to display this, I would have bought one. It's so pretty!!!!
Now there's a dream catcher!
Wanted all, purchased none.
I tried to capture the spinning with so-so results.
We are hoping to go back up in the fall when it's less crowded.