We each ordered the fish and chips, which came with coleslaw and house-made tartar sauce.
A 5-minute walk led us along the canal until it stopped at the Atlantic Ocean.
The weather was beautiful, and the view was incredible.
We walked all the way to the end of this breakwater, where the view was even better.
It's hard to tell in this picture, but we could actually see the entire Cape from here. We saw the land curve out toward Provincetown.
Our favorite part was learning about the nautical flag alphabet.
I made sure to commemorate my brand-new attorney status.
We played in a real canal patrol boat.The Platinum Pebble, in West Harwich.
We were greeted by a special message from the owners, Simon and Annabelle.
Isn't he the best? I'm a lucky lady.
We spent the next couple of hours drinking Champagne, eating cheese, and relaxing before walking to dinner at The Oyster Company in neighboring Dennisport. I don't have any pictures, but we tried raw oysters and littleneck clams for the first time. Adam loved the oysters, which they harvest daily on their own oyster farm. I thought they were just OK. We both hated the clams. They were way too briny for our taste. In our continuing quest to eat seafood for every meal, I had the scallops and Adam got crab-stuffed flounder.
After a long day of big news and travel, we walked home with full bellies for a good night's sleep in our comfy king-sized bed.