We started the morning with bacon and Finnish pancakes and many mugs of coffee.
Ron, Bob & I walked into town for the afternoon. We saw lots of interesting houses on the walk but the really beautiful Victorian type houses, all wood with large porches, are in the small downtown area. Many of them are now B&Bs. There is also quite a large pedestrian mall so very pleasant to walk around. There were still lots of tourists in town, we all agreed that the summer months would not be a good time to be here.
After lunch we walked down to the beach, and watched the rollers break on the shore and boogie boarders and surfers catching the waves. When we got back to the marina, my Fitbit sid we’d walked 10.4km.
We had dinner at another Cape Cod institution, Lucky Bones Backwater Grill and then fairly early to bed. The boats need to be off by 7am to catch the low tide in order to clear the bridge at the entrance to the canal. Using the canal saves going around the point of Cape May.