my wife and a went to cape cod the other weekend for our 2nd anniversary and her birthday combined (yes, combined, i achieved what most men assume is unachievable). we did a bunch of stuff and had large quantities of fun. we rode bikes for 10+ miles all over the place, saw a national wildlife fishery, climbed a gigantic tower, walked countless miles through towns and forest trails, saw a glass blowing shop, found ben pegg playing a homemade double-necked guitar on the street who was outrageously awesome, took pictures, found a huge population of snails near a lighthouse, ate food, and just hung around and got out of rhode island for a little bit. here’s a view from the top of the tower we climbed. on the right is a little port and out in the distance is the provincetown peninsula.
here’s the view inside the tower looking down. i was a little nervous holding my camera out to take this shot, especially because i don’t use a strap.
tara discovered a large population of snails, there had to be close to a hundred of them on the side of the walkway. i’ve never seen so many snails. i mean really, if you were a snail would you hang out on a walkway? here’s one lil’ guy, one misstep from an unfortunate death.
here’s tara using a railroad edge to practice her balance beam skills. i take her on vacation and this is the kind of thing she wants to do.
this was a water pipe at the fishery place we stopped at. there’s super long lap pool type things in the ground with so many fish in it that you can’t see the bottom. this is where they raise fish to replenish all the fresh water lakes in massachusetts. there was a sign that read ‘no fishing’.