HELLO Everybody. I've been playing "hookey" from lots of things lately. Time to get back to work. . . . Thursday late morning I decided I had had quite enough, thank you very much. So I went home, had a quick lunch with Gramm, threw some stuff in my lovely matched Italian luggage ( plastic bags from the supermarket, LOL) and headed off toward Boston and then down Route 3 to the Cape Cod Canal and the much-used and very ancient Sagamore Bridge, 1935 vintange. Once you cross the bridge you leave the "mainland" and are on "The Cape" - this arm-shaped appendage reaching out into the Atlantic, headed East, which suddenly bends at the elbow and head North to Provincetown, about 20 miles from the elbow. Our home is in "the elbow". There is one highway Route 6, the left side of the Cape is known as Cape Cod Bay.
From our home we can see both sides of the Cape but we are more on the open Atlantic side. My large room faces South and West with six large windows. A great place to sit and look. . ..sunny days the room is warmed by the sun; at night often enough the room is awash in moonlight. . . . .