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The Mayflower and It's Passengers – A View from England

I thought it would be of interest to write this article about the The Mayflower and it's voyage to the new world from Plymouth, England to Plymouth in the New World. One of the unusual things about the first colony was that the Turkeys that were eaten at the first Thanksgiving were taken to the colony from England. By 1776 there were 13 Colonies of the Commonwealth of America and to this day there Read More...

Benefits Barnstable Education Foundation

Hands on Discovery Cruises, Waterfront Park, Water Street, Woods Hole. Ninety-minute cruises, 10 a.m., noon, 2 and 4 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, and noon and 2 p.m. Saturdays. Reservations requested. $22, $17 ages 5-12, $5 ages 4 and under. 508-385-7656. Provincetown walking tour, 9:30-11 a.m. Friday and Wednesday, Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum, 1 High Pole Hill Road. $10, includes mu Read More...

Provincetown Real Estate Market Review: 2005 - 2008

The Market Overall The Provincetown real estate market—in contrast to the housing market nation-wide continues to show stability. The dollar volume of all sales in the first half of this year reached $48,409,301. Even after adjusting down for the $6,000,000. Sale of the Brass Key complex, the $42 million in sales essentially matched the $42 million in sales for 2007, and represented a 5% increase Read More...

What to Expect on a Cape Cod Vacation

When going on vacation, you can just go to Cape Cod or you can really enjoy yourself and take a serious Cape Cod vacation. By serious, I mean that you need to go the way of many students, craftsmen, and others, who take on Cape Cod for the entire summer - working a job and living in one of the most awe-inspiring and fascinating places in the U.S. I was one of those adventurers and spent a summer w Read More...