Sunday, July 8, 2007

The Cape!

From Monday-Saturday, we stayed at Steve's mom's house. There are so many things to do on the Cape! We ate at so many wonderful places, visited beaches, saw the JFK memorial, many harbors etc. I can't describe how beautiful and romantic Cape Cod is! We really couldn't have picked a better place to spend our anniversary week. I HIGHLY recommend it to all married couples out there, if you ever have a chance, GO! It's so true when people say that you will continue to grow more and more in love with your spouse the older you get, by God's grace that is. We have a fresh newness to our marriage and we are so blessed to have been able to have this time together, away from the busyness of everyday life.

My favorite

I'm a Boston fan, because he's a Boston fan, and because the hat was on sale :)

I ate FISH! It was Schrod, baby cod. Cod on Cod!

Steve standing next to the Mayflower II (replica of the original that the pilgrims came in on)

I don't look like a tourist, do I?

One of the many harbors

The Canal

Beach in Wellfleet (on the Cape)

Steve's mom Sandi, and I, leaving the beach

4th of July picnic on the beach, raspberries anyone?

Our favorite restaurant on the Cape, buoys are hanging from the ceiling

Brady's B&B

Our room at the Brady's B&B

"Gingerbread" houses

Ferry ride to Martha's Vineyard

Our Anniversary Trip to Martha's Vineyard

Oh my goodness! Steve and I had the most AMAZING time in Martha's Vineyard! We left last Saturday, arrived in Boston late, and Steve's mom picked us up from the airport and we drove to Cape Cod! The next morning, we got on a ferry to Martha's Vineyard. We stayed in a quaint B&B called Brady's. We walked through so many beautiful neighborhoods and beaches! Then the next day, we took a bus to a town called Edgartown. We walked around there a bit and then headed back, got on another ferry, to head back to Cape Cod, where we spent the rest of the week.