Well our last full day on the Cape was Tuesday- and didn’t it have to rain!. As a matter of fact we had quite a thunder and lightning storm during the night. So we spent a quiet day getting the camper ready for the trip home on Wednesday.
We decided to treat ourselves to one more dinner out at a restaurant in town, Winslow’s Tavern. We enjoyed dining outside on the terrace (thankfully the weather cleared up after 4pm). Our delicious meal began with appetizers of Gorgonzola stuffed figs for me and Wellfleet oysters for Tom. We don’t normally have an appetizer, but this just seemed the thing to do to end our vacation. For our entrees I had baked cod and Tom had lobster. To end the meal, we shared an apple tart with vanilla ice cream.
On the way home we stopped by Sturbridge Village and toured the houses in the center of the complex that we hadn’t seen on our first visit the week before. We saw some more handiwork.
In addition, I was able to finish my Tumbling Leaves quilt top. This is the third in the series of Fat Quarter Quilts that we’re working on as a guild project. Luckily I’m able to needle-turn applique while riding in the car. It certainly makes the drive seem to go a lot faster.
Now I’m trying to decide just how to quilt it.There is always time to quilt!