Cape Cod Vacation - Summer 2003

We stopped at this beach off Rt. 28 to
take some pictures after dinner.

This is where we stay each year, 
voted best mid-cape motel for the 
past 10 years in a row.

Nauset Beach, the ocean side of the 
cape. Waves and storms are way 
more violent here than on the 
protected harbor side.



This beach was called Priscillas'
Steven was determined
to find some
starfish here,
didn't happen though.

This was at the start of our 12
mile bike
  trip, we had a little
more energy here.


This overpass allows riders to
traffic. A bike club had
put up the flag.


Rock Harbor is home to a large
fishing fleet. We came
across this sunset
  after a
wet and rainy afternoon.

Steven gets to know one of
locals a little better.

This is the Toad Hall car museum 
outside of Hyannis. It is really just 
a private collection, the owner 
decided to open it to the public last 
year for the first time. All 50+ 
cars are painted bright red!

There is a short description here:

This is an excellent '69 Jaguar 
XKE, I fit well, entry and exit 
not so easy though.

There wasn't much to distinguish 
the'69 XKE from brand new!

This is an authentic Mini-Cooper
a model never sold in the US.

This Lotus was one of several
of specially imported
racing vehicles.

Outside of the Toad Hall museum.

Chatham Light 

We stopped at this beach off Rt. 28 to
take some pictures after dinner.

One of the boats providing sevice to
Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.

A great looking home right 
on Hyannis Harbor.

Part of Hyannis Harbor, near 
one of the boat launches.