Our last stop before settling down in Maine for the Summer was at Gateway to Cape Cod RV Resort. It's located in Rochester - Just outside of Cape Cod. We saw lots of places, but didn't have time to see everything in the area, so it would be fun to stay here again.
|We went to the top of Pilgrim Monument. It's a 250 foot tall monument that was constructed over 100 years ago, and it commemorates the first landing of the Mayflower in 1620. 5 weeks later, they landed at Plymouth.|
|We really enjoyed visiting Provincetown. It's on the tip of Cape Cod. It's easy to see why it's the most popular town on the Cape.|
|The streets in Provincetown are narrow, and bicycles are a good way to see the town.|
|An old structure at the end of the Fisherman's Wharf in the Provincetown Harbor|
|Taking a little rest at this very nautical themed bench.|
|These 3 lighthouses are known as the 'Three Sisters'. The 3 lights are only 15 feet tall, and 150 feet apart, but provided a distinct pattern for the ships to recognize|
We rode our bikes on this 21 mile trail - The Shining Sea Bikeway. It's relatively flat, so it was pretty easy.
|Part of the trail was along the this beautiful stretch of turquoise beachfront.|
|Cranberry Bogs are abundant in this area. They aren't very colorful yet as they won't be harvested until the Fall.|
|We caught a glimpse of this lighthouse while we were on the Ferry to Martha's Vineyard|
|We noticed quite a few sailboats as we got closer to the harbor|
|Oak Harbor on Martha's Vineyard has many of these quaint little houses. They look like colorful Gingerbread Houses.|