Here is what we did.We went for two bike rides on the Cape Cod Rail Trail:
We visited the Adventures in Knitting Yarn shop in Harwichport. It was a very nice store and has been in town for over 30 years. They recently moved to this new location, inside a small mall area on the main street:
I puchased a yarn called Sheep Shop which is a very nice hand dyed yarn. I thought I'd knit with it and then decide if it's something I shoudl carry. Adventures in Knitting is located at 554 Main Street, Harwhichport, MA. Check our their website here: http://www.adventuresinknitting.com/
We went on a scenic train tour from Hyannis to the Cape Cod Canal. It was a little warm, but overall a very nice ride and very informative. We went by cranberry bogs and had some nice views of the sand dunes and the boats on the Cape Cod Canal. :
We also went by a power plant, which my husband, being a man and more significantly a mechanical engineer who works with the steam turbines that run power plants, had to take a picture. So, I share that with you, too:
We went to a really yummy seafood restaurant called the Lobster Boat:
We also spent a little time at the beach. We rode our bikes on the rail trail to Coast Guard Beach in Eastham. (First we drove to Orleans - if you are familiar with the Cape, you know that S. Yarmouth is MANY miles from Eastham and would be quite a ride):
We agreed that it was too short - what vacation isn't?