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After Ellisville Harbor we ventured to the Plymouth Rock Area. Pilgrim Memorial State Park. It was also very cold here with a constant wind. Tons of wildlife to be seen, mainly of the bird variety, after all it is a beach front what do you expect?
We ventured up the same steps we did in an earlier post toward Burial Hill, http://oursharedadventures.blogspot.com/2012/11/plymouth-ma-bretts-tour-april-202012.html
but headed towards the park area, The Jenny Grist Mills area. We saw many ducks feeding and just chillin. Brett must have taken a thousand pictures of them, I will be only posting a few. I focused my attention upon Oliver’s Great Uncle Frank. Who is Oliver you may ask? Find out here:
For more on this area: http://www.mass.gov/dcr/parks/southeast/plgm.htm
Today Brett and I decided to take his camera in search of Seals to Plymouth. More specifically, Ellisville Harbor. Although it is still Winter and the breading time for Seals we sadly saw none. We did however have a great day! It was nice to leave the house as we haven’t really done much this Winter, as we are both usually in Hibernation during this Season…
I must add at his point that the day was nice with regards to weather, it was about mid 30’s close to 40. Once we hit the beach however; Winter was present once again. There was a constant wind, a cold one, from the North East! It was steady at about 10 – 15 mph, so the temperature dropped very quickly, and the beach is best walked barefoot, not in boots. Just noting a personal experience here. It was nice however; to see the beach again and remember our past Summer’s adventures.
Despite the cold we captured some amazing shots of the beach! From broken stairs to sheer cliffs, and of course the Ocean!
To learn more about this State Park visit: http://www.mass.gov/dcr/parks/southeast/ells.htm
One Miss Mother Nature likes to keep you on your toes and throws a few curve balls just as you think, “Hey this is it! Spring is Coming!” The flowers and bugs, and raging rivers are a mere illusion of her plans. Even though Spring is officially here in a short 12 days, she must have thought it was time to dump a foot or more of the white stuff just so we know she is charge!
In my head there is a wonderful Beach with white sand and a blue / green ocean, and the temperature never drops below 80 degrees! My bottom is in the sand and my toes are in the water, and life is good! My song of the day? Follow the link below. Knee Deep by The Zac Brown Band ft. Jimmy Buffett
First and foremost; I have to say that the weather outside is a disgrace! There is gale force winds up to 55 mph with sustained winds around 20 – 30 mph…with snow and rain…If it were all snow there would easily be 6-12′” or more by morning…YUCK!
What Adventure wouldn’t be complete without a trip to a Graveyard? Brett’s adaptation to the day. He snapped a few shots at the park and surrounding streets but the graveyard was his “element” . I actually enjoy this area as it is very Historical Funny though the whole “History” thing eludes my brain. It is pointless at best, dates and times to memorize, along with names and events…GAG ME NOW!
However; When Actual History is given in a point of view other than the School regimented monotony, it IS actually pretty interesting.
Rumor has it around these parts that there were Vampires in New England, The gates surrounding the Graves were actually not meant to keep people out, but rather to keep things in…So they say…