Sunday, May 2, 2010

17th Wedding Anniversary...

This year we decided to celebrate our anniversary one day late so I could attend a memorial service for a friend.

We started today on a beach run to check out erosion damage from last winter.  This is Saint's Landing beach. It is named after a very close friend's family.  She grew up here and played on this beach daily.  There was not one single person on the beach today.  No damage here.

We went to Paine's Creek next and did find some beach wash-away there, chunks of the parking lot were upturned and sand barriers had been built as a protection from the winter's high tides.  Next we headed down 6A to the Brewster Store to take a look at a slide show we heard about. It was pretty neat with pictures of the store's history from its beginning.  It was built in 1862 as a church but was sold one year later and since then it has been a general store.  Then along came the parade and we skipped up 124 and out of Brewster vowing to continue our beach erosion hunt another day.

Then home to shower and change for dinner.  We celebrated at the Bramble Inn.  It was fun to share an appetizer of grilled scallops with watercress salad.  For our entres I chose,
Lobster & Chicken
Parchment roasted boneless breast of “Free Bird” organic chicken,
lazy N.E. cold water lobster, champagne & lobster sauce, buttermilk whipped potatoe
and for Tom, Rack of Lamb…
Three chops from the rack, cabernet rosemary sauce,
baked potato cauliflower gratinee and as if this is not enough, we shared a slice of flourless chocolate cake with mocha cream sauce. 
If you are ever on the Cape, I highly recommend their wonderful, romantic, and relaxing atmosphere.


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