Friday, August 27, 2010


Massachusetts, settled in 1693 by pilgrims looking for more land,
fought in the Revolution, was attacked in World War One, but not by land;
it's one or the only times the US was attacked in the War of 1812,
it's scary to think about it, when into history we delve.

It used to be the farming, and whales that made things work,
now it's tourist dollars, that give the Town it's perk;
part of the Cape Cod National Seashore reaches into town,
and in the summer, there's no room to put your feet down.
Top: Looking East
Middle: One of the dunes, off limits to people, it's for the birds.
Bottom: Beauty in winter, too.

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