I return from the national seashore, attempt a small nap, freshen up in the ladies room, trim my hair, then decide it's time to hit the town for the nightlife.

 

Before I leave the campground, I photograph the local wildlife.

 

Now heading into town.  Check out the little glimpse of the Bay with a perfectly-placed sailboat.

 

This looks like it'll make a good photo ... now remember this photo ...

 

I continue my hike looking for the restaurant recommended to me for dinner.  I pass performers out promoting their play.

 

Finally, I stop and ask where "Front Street" is.  A kind person directs me back.  Apparently I passed the place already.  After I return from my trip, I'll see the photograph I took earlier, not realizing it was of the sign of the place I was looking for and couldn't find.  Smart.  Anywho, the guy in the cigar store told me to eat here.  So I do.  Grilled tuna in bourbon spices.  Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.  Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.  Expenseive, but mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. 

 

The Pilgrim Memorial Monument lit up at night.

 

Town Hall again.

 

The same lobster restaurant I photographed earlier today.

 

This is interesting.  Here sits and old man outside the public library playing some very odd synthesized organ music.

 

Now a little shopping, next an evening view of the harbor

 

and of the beach.

 

Finally, to a bar, recommended by same cigar shop guy.  I meet and chat with Barry and David.

 

My sketch from this same second-floor patio as I chat with Barry and David.  I quit once I start screwing up a lot.

 

The moon over the campground as I make my way to my tent.  I LOVE Provincetown!!!  What a great time I've had!

 

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