Cape Cod Canal to Provincetown
Date 2000 – Saturday 18 June 2011 (UTC -4)
Friday was wet and a tad windy but after cowering inside for the
morning courage was restored and we ventured ashore in a dinghy full of
bicycles; “promenade á bicyclette” ?. The effort was rewarded and
we cycled up Wings Neck, a residential trust area, all around
Saturday dawned not much better than Friday but with the promise of
better things to come and a favourable tide we set off to transit the
We had yet another impressive railway bridge;
fortunately there was no train due as stopping could have been quite difficult. With 4.7kts of current running we were making 12.1kts over the ground as the chart plotter shows.
Flushed out of the end of the canal we set sail fro
dominated by their
The Pilgrim Fathers landed here first but only spent 5 weeks before moving on to Plymouth, on the mainland side of Cape Cod Bay. They certainly would not have approved of some of the current residents
But there again they did not approve of much. This was male at some time and was advertising his/her drag show – playing to full houses apparently.