Our basecamp while in the P-Town area was actually in in North Truro, about 6 miles from the heart of town. We arrived early enough to set up and go to town for some chowder plus a lobster roll. Yummy! Well, we ARE on the Cape! After some local sustenance we walked P-Town and did a little shopping.
Ron loves lighthouses and the Cape has many unique and storied beacons. Just up the road was Highland Light. It was built in 1857 and moved inland, due to erosion, in 1996.
Some of the famous lighthouses on the Cape:
A Labor Day Weekend P-Town tradition is the annual White Party. Funds raised at this function benefit the local LGBT medical community. And man oh man was there a White Party! Mike required a shot in the tush before he could go!
The White Party was located at the end of the cape and the parade of attendees and onlookers was as much fun as the party itself.
Time to party P-Town style!
Some of our favorite P-Town pics as we wondered around.
We enjoyed a Labor Day sunset cruise on the Schooner Hindu, a restored 1925 wooden vessel that is 79' long. Our all-female Captain and knowledgable crew made it a fun time with 22 happy sailors and a few dogs on board. A wonderful way to end the summer and our visit to this iconic place!
After our sail we had a delicious final supper at the famous Lobster Pot, a Provincetown tradition and institution. Baked clams and chowder as a starter, followed by a wonderful Cioppino. Then a short stroll around town to walk off our full bellies.
Our RV Adventure
Here's a record of our travels as we explore the USA. Blog posts are listed by month in descending order.