The hardest part about the trip today was the veritable slalom through all the lobster/crab traps on the bay. Since we don't know which (lobster or crab) we've been calling them "prop traps" as the issue is getting their lines fouled in our running gear.
|A better idea of what
we did today.
|Plymouth Town Hall
|Lovely down town area. Lot of businesses and eateries.
|Yep. It's a rock.
The walk was lovely. The houses there are very "hometown USA" like. The very first "hometown USA" to be specific.
The cemetery is the burial site of the original pilgrims. Efforts have been made to preserve the original headstones by setting them in thicker granite stones.
|"Here lies Interrd
the Body of Mrs
ye 25th A. D. 1767
in ye 72nd Year of
her Age She was widow
to THOMAS SPOONer."
|"Here lies buried ye body of
Mr. Thomas Clark
Departed this life March 24, 1697"
|The Howland family, pilgrims on the Mayflower.
|The Mayflower II, to be specific.
But built with the same specs.