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Posted in / / / by Jeralyn on July 30, 2010


Obligatory summer beach shots. I went to Cape Cod for a few days on my way back from New York. My family (extended and immediate) has been spending part of every summer there for my entire life. I spent just two days there — one out on the Bass River and one in Provincetown. I’m not much of a beach person so of course I already got a sunburn. I’ve got to rectify my paleness situation post-haste or I will be seriously suffering when I get to Italy in a few weeks. Anyway, P-Town was my favorite part of the Cape, as usual. I picked up a bunch of little things for my apartment and checked out the new Rogues Gallery store. Commercial Street is a fun little spot full of tourist traps, some great things, some cheesy things, way too much seafood (I’m vegetarian), more cafes than Newbury Street and — of course — a plethora of gay-friendly items. I’m hoping to get some friends together and spend a week in P-Town next summer. Whale watches, coffee, shopping and rainbow flags every day!

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  1. amanda said, on July 30, 2010 at 1:38 PM

    seems beautiful there…always thought of it as an old people destination, but the older i get it looks more appealing!

  2. Anna said, on August 5, 2010 at 8:58 PM

    wowowowowowow GLORY

  3. Jeralyn said, on August 6, 2010 at 10:30 AM

    Amanda… it is sort of for people with kids I think because in most of Cape Cod there isn’t much for anyone past the age of 12 to do (unless you want to drink in some really bad bars). But sometimes just chilling out for a few days can be exactly what you need! And it is such a nice spot…

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