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Thread: It's Not Aruba But It's a Beach!

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    Lovin' your Cape time..... I spent a few teenage years living in South Orleans..... and you're bringing back some special memories!
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    In my younger days I was a Long Island Clammer. That said, NE clams beat NY clams anytime and fried full belly clams are the best of the best.
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    I was digging for clams in Long Island Sound in my younger years too. Off the CT coast. So that qualifies them as NE clams! LOL!
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    In my younger days I was a Long Island Clammer. That said, NE clams beat NY clams anytime and fried full belly clams are the best of the best.
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    Chuck did you ever frequent the "Land Ho" on Main St?
    That was always a "go to" for my lifeguard friends and sometimes me too.

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    Lovin' your Cape time..... I spent a few teenage years living in South Orleans..... and you're bringing back some special memories!


    ​In a world where you can be anything, be kind!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    Chuck did you ever frequent the "Land Ho" on Main St?
    That was always a "go to" for my lifeguard friends and sometimes me too.
    That’s a blast from the past. I loved Land Ho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    Chuck did you ever frequent the "Land Ho" on Main St?
    That was always a "go to" for my lifeguard friends and sometimes me too.
    Dunno ....! Memory fails..... !
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    Land Ho is still going strong!
    https://land-ho.com
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    When we were in our early 20s, the Land Ho was referred to as "the ho".


    Lots of shark sightings today...........P'town down to Nauset.
    Lisa.....only go ankle deep!!


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    Nope, haven't even been in except to look at potential candidates for the shell jar!
    Today was overcast and a bit more humid but nice breeze so still a good beach day, which is where I was all day. It's just nice to be away from the constant dark cloud of the pandemic, even briefly for a few hours on a quiet beach.
    Broiled cod with a lemon butter sauce and rice pilaf tonight. Sounds nice and healthy doesn't it? It was until the ice cream sundae that followed!
    Supposed to be rainy tomorrow so may go up to P-town tomorrow and snoop around the stores. I love to find different earrings made by local artisans. And perhaps a lobster roll for lunch!

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    Lots of shark sightings today...........P'town down to Nauset.
    Lisa.....only go ankle deep!!
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    P-town is perfect for a rainy day. I hope the shops are open. Years ago I purchased an amber pin that I love and still wear. For us, getting to P-town meant driving to Plymouth and grabbing the ferry. It’s a nice ride over and not unusual to see whales along the way.

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