Don't drop me, Dad!
Father and Son...need I say more?
A museum near the lighthouse at Highland, almost to the tip of the cape.
Because the edge of the cliff is eroding so rapidly, this lighthouse was moved almost 500 feet back from where it originally stood.
A deck overlooking the edge. Very near the original spot.
This picture is almost an insult to what it actually looks like to stand there just a few feet from a drop of at least 100 feet to the water.
The beach where we stayed. This is right out our door. :-)
The house where we stayed with my in-laws as well.
My sister-in-laws, Sarah (11) and Bekah (8) playing with seaweed from the looks of it. Nasty stuff!!
The birthday picture ALL the kids helped make for me :) It says "Happy Birthday Bethany" with hundreds of tiny shells, and the outside edge is seaweed and horseshoe crabs.
WINDY, WINDY, WINDY!!
The boys spent hours and hours digging and building huge sand castles.
in the stroller, getting ready for a day at Plimoth and Plymouth.
The Wampanoag Village
Talk about being careful not to hit your head on the door - you'd be liable to bring the whole house down if you did!!
The English Town
The church is on the bottom floor, and the cannons are on the top.
This farmer man out in the field with the corn looks a lot like a neighbor friend of ours. Is that your moonlight job, Eldon?
Inside the craft building, they had people actually making arrowheads, spinning pottery, and woodcarving.
There she is! The Mayflower II
The Captains bed
"Dad, What are you doing to me???"
The Holy Bible
Family Photo in the Captains Cabin on the Mayflower II
Us at dinner on our closed-in porch room - David (holding Josiah), Sarah, Ray, Jan, Peter, Daniel, and Bekah
The living room.