The National Seashore is home to several lighthouses, and the girls had fun walking to Nauset Light (as seen on bags of Cape Cod Chips) and the Three Sisters.
After saying goodbye to Sierra, Jen, and Rob, we headed north to climb the Highland Lighthouse, the first lighthouse on Cape Cod.
Getting back into our trusty Nissan Versa, we then headed to Provincetown (aka Ptown) at the end of the Cape.
Ptown is the liveliest of the towns we visited on the Cape, and after a lunch of lobster rolls for the adults and clam chowder for Ava, we strolled through the streets and around the bay.
Of course, we couldn't visit a new town without stopping for sweets. In addition to fudge and saltwater taffy, Ptown offers amazing malassadas - a Portuguese specialty.
After a brief rest at our hotel, we drove to Orleans for our final Cape Cod Baseball League game between the home town Firebirds and the Harwich Mariners.We spent most of our time sitting on the grass and had the chance to meet pitcher Jason Morgan as the Cardinals brought home a big win.
Tomorrow we're off to Rhode Island and Connecticut. We'll miss you, Cape Cod!