Cape Cod Vacation 2021

We had another Massachusetts-based vacation this summer, in all the pandemic weirdness--we spent three nights in the AutoCamp Cape Cod in Falmouth, sleeping in a luxuriously kitted-out Airstream trailer, with a tent in the yard for the girls, and then we took the ferry to the Vineyard and spent two nights in a rented apartment just on the outskirts of Oak Bluffs. Here are just a few highlights of the trip!

 

Fancy milkshakes at a stop in Plymouth on the way down to the Cape:

Falmouth bike riding behind the resort to the beach, one day with a friend Helen had known since they were babies in a baby class together:

Tent:

Backyard, cooking over our firepit:

Fishing charter for striped bass out of Barnstable:

Whydah museum, and Coast Guard museum, on different days:

Skull Island mini golf (and Marcus's first time driving a go-kart all on his own; Helen rode with me and Samantha with Robert):

Oak Bluffs carousel, where Marcus got the brass ring--notably, on his first time ever on the carousel (Robert would like to point out that he's spent almost his entire life trying to accomplish that feat):

Noman's restaurant, right by our hotel/apartment, with lawn games and instant friends:

Donuts After Dark at Back Door Donuts in Oak Bluffs:

The beach between Oak Bluffs and Edgartown:

Walking around Edgartown, breakfast in Oak Bluffs, window-shopping:

Oak Bluffs hanging out:

Edgartown Lighthouse:

Ferry:

 

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