I've always written about Provincetown but it seems I am going to be here more and in all seasons, and I have a new camera, and I almost can't believe the beauty.
So I might drive you crazy talking about Ptown again and again. But honestly I hope not and I don't think so. Because this place is flecking awesome and I am psyched to show you:
JB and I are here until New Year's Day. This is the beach at the end of the day.
But I'll start earlier:
JB and I are putting this place of ours together. Little by little we decorate. (To refresh: we've improbably managed to buy a house in Provincetown on Cape Cod in Massachusetts and we are in delightful shock. We still live in Western Mass. but we're trying to be here whenever we can and it's possible (probable?) we'll end up living here.)
I think we are doing a good job design-wise :^)
Today I am going to show you some houses near us. They are in the order of our walk:
|I know this is a tree not a house but this tree is so cool.|
Nothing fancy, just a public entrance to the beach just a block up the street (oh yes!)
If you see variety in the architectural or economic structure of these houses, that's because there is. It's become much harder to modestly live in Provincetown and that's a concern. This is all the more reason somehow that JB and I are going to be secure here.
Not that most of Provincetown is houses. It's a condo town too, with squished waterfront spaces everywhere.
And this is again the end of the day This photo is not altered. The sea and sky here are just unbelievable.
So fare warning that herein in these here parts there will be more words and pictures of Ptown. I can't help it. Don't make me. :^)