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We open on a family driving into Provincetown, Massachusetts, and doing their best to ignore the alarming volume of savaged roadkill along the way—including a massacred deer.
In a cluster of cases in Provincetown, Massachusetts, about 74% of the state residents involved were vaccinated.What we know about how the delta variant of covid is spreading|Casey Crownhart|August 9, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Spend at least a day in the refreshingly colorful, artsy, open-minded and ultra-LGBTQ-friendly community of Provincetown before heading back west to home base.8 RV Road Trips That Will Get You Off the Beaten Path|kklein|August 4, 2021|Outside Online
The reason was what investigators learned from an outbreak in Provincetown, Massachusetts, a seaside town on Cape Cod, which in early July hosted a rowdy parade and crowded weeks of pool parties.
The Provincetown outbreak was caused by the so-called delta variant, which now accounts for most cases in the US.
Although, speaking of resorts, now that Provincetown is out, weather on Sea of Azov is lovely in August.
Later we learn that “Lennon and his wife had purchased a condo about a mile and a half from the Mailer home” in Provincetown, RI.
So at Provincetown, when the Mayflower first dropped anchor in 1620, the Pilgrims did likewise.
During my visits to Provincetown, I marveled as I watched the family cook, sing together, and play on the beach together.
This meant dinner together every night and family vacations to Provincetown, Massachusetts.
This was the limit of the Pilgrims' journey up the Cape from Provincetown, when seeking a place for settlement.
At first they thought to pull for Provincetown, but night was coming on, and that was many miles distant.
One who had lived in Provincetown thirty years told me that he had not been through to the north side within that time.
The harbor of Provincetown is very shallow near the shore, especially about the head, where the Pilgrims landed.
We did not see enough black earth in Provincetown to fill a flower-pot, unless in the swamps.