Thursday, April 15, 2010

Scenes from the Cape



Sitting on the beach of our timeshare, enjoying a book, a seegar and an adult beverage, the Fat Man forgets about deadlines, advertisers and politicians.





At Jack's Outback 2 in Yarmouth Port, I encounter a mind-boggling breakfast, stuffed french toast. We go to the eatery because Rachael Ray featured it in her book "$40 a Day." We later find out this isn't the original restaurant nor owner, who lost his lease, and the subsequent owners have used his name. The food was good, though and affordable.



The Edward Gorey House is a great museum dedicated to the life and work of the acclaimed late artist. He lived in this house in Yarmouth Port from 1986 until his death in 2000. If you're a fan of his work, this is a must see. For more info go here.





Mary always takes a wade at the Cape regardless of weather. Here, her toes take a dip near the Cape Cod Canal.

4 comments:

Dave said...

Hey, is your timeshare in South Yarmouth? I'm pretty sure that's the facility that we use when we go down there. The house we rent is on Run Pond Road.

This is Marty, by the way, not Dave.

Mike Dobbs said...

The time share is in South Yarmouth right on Bass River Beach.

Dave said...

That's the one. Cool.

George Murphy said...

Mike,
You gave me a great book titled, " The Golden Turkey Awards" one day on the air at WREB in Holyoke. Thank you. Just wanted you to know, I just finished it this morning.
Murphy