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  • Sunday, July 23, 2006
    This weekend's adventure
    Yesterday, Beloved and I took a fast ferry to Provincetown (the very tip of Cape Cod). I had never been, he hadn't been since 1985. It was not what I expected. I think I expected a city. It was NOT a city. It was a very cute beach town. There is one main road with all the shops, restaurants, bars, etc., and it's very long.

    We had a very nice time, and want to have a full blown vacation in the area, with the kids. It would be nice to have a little place of our own some day, but it would also be nice to win the lottery. We felt the same way about Bar Harbor - but it was so far. We can be in Provincetown without a car. We can bring our bikes onto the ferry, or rent bikes there.

    We are thinking of taking the girls for a week after the bar exam next year. After they get home from the Biological's house. But we also want to go to Europe, before they get home. So our plans may be exceeding our means. We'll see.
    posted by Zuska @ 11:25 AM  
    2 Comments:
    • At Sunday, July 23, 2006 11:41:00 AM, Blogger LawMommy said…

      Ptown is great. Just be careful what shops you take your daughters into -- there may be objects in say the leather shops you may not want to have to explain at their tender age.

      Just sayin. :-)

       
    • At Sunday, July 23, 2006 11:45:00 AM, Blogger Zuska said…

      Ha ha ha. Beloved said, "we could probably use one more solo trip, where we spend the night, before we bring the kids."

      We would not bring them into the chocolate shop that sells chocolate penises. (peni?)

      But you must remember, they were born in Berkeley, California, and we spent much time in San Francisco. While I believe appropriateness has always been maintained, their sensibilities are slightly different than they would have been if they lived full time with their Biological in the Middle of the Country ;) (although the chocolate peni would be a HUGE shock).

       
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