I love all the storybook houses.
If you've read Gladys Taber's Still Cove Journal, you know about The Lobster Claw restaurant on Cape Cod. Well, there is a Lobster Claw here, too! The clam chowder tastes PERFECT and the lobster roll is as tasty as I hoped it would be.
The view out of our inn is THIS! There's a shore path that loops around and the crunch, crunch of feet on this little byway is singing a song to me right now. I am taking deep sniffs of the sea and Bill's a good sport about the chill in the room. We MUST have the door open.
Oh how I love the sea. Bill says that there is something in me that feels the sea is home. Having never been to the Atlantic Ocean, I feel a sense of connectedness as this reminds me of my childhood Guemes Island and our early married years at Young Life camp far north in British Columbia. I wish you could hear the seagulls and the hum of small boats. Come to dinner with us. We'll be in the Reading Room Restaurant, where long ago literary buffs with famous names gathered. I'm glad it's open to the likes of us now! Smile.
Time for a nap. Tomorrow, we'll take a boat twenty miles out to sea for a bit of whale watching. Before that, I will draw a picture in my sketch book. Thank you very much for checking in with me.