Friday, July 02, 2010

Safe and Sound in Falmouth

Long day of traveling yesterday. Airports are where you can get a LOT of walking if you have a connecting flight. Detroit is a nice airport but man you walk forever to get from one gate to another. Flights were relatively short an hour to and hour and a half. The first Delta plane had amazingly SMALL seats. I felt like a bear wedged in GREAT TIGHTNESS. The second plant to Boston was bigger but full to the gills. Flying is a lot like giving birth, it's a great pain but forgotten over time.

We are now at the Cape, in Falmouth. Again, an amazing quick drive with little traffic on Thursday night. It only took us an hour and a half to get from Boston to here.

The weather is beautiful. The hydrangea bushes are gorgeous, beautiful purple and blue. It's not something we see in Wisconsin. Unless we bury a box of old nails with ours they stay white.

I love the look of these weathered Cape Cod houses. I've set up an album with some picture I've taken.

Caitlin's mom and her best friend are hosting their annual Fourth of July party here. Tents are being delivered, food arriving, lists flying all over the place. She has a Swing band coming to play, John Salerno and Jeff Joiner and crew.

After the party we will all head down to the beach to a friend's house and watch the fireworks from a tugboat in the water.


:)Bea Who is being creative with sand and seashells.

1 comment:

  1. I wish I could stand on this rocky beach and drink in the firework colors. What a wonderful, poetic reflection of your visit. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart