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Thursday, July 12, 2012

Classic Mass. Coast Summertime

     After a late breakfast, we decided today would be a perfect day for a "lupper"; a hybrid of lunch and supper (another Dunn invention).  A few miles south of us, but not as far as Plymouth, is Marshfield.  Specifically, we went to the village of Brant Rock within Marshfield.  Other than seeking out some photogenic coastal cottages with weathered cedar shingles, we were looking for a seaside restaurant.  We found both.  We ate outside on a perfectly lovely day at the Fairview Inn.
     After an excellent calamari appetizer that was big enough for an entree, I had sauteed mussels over angel hair (and a lot of other stuff).  That glass at the upper right once contained Pinot Grigio.  By the way, we recently came across a desert wine from the famous Moore vineyards in western NY that was developed especially for us senior citizens.  You drink a glass just before bedtime.  It's called Pinot Moore.  Look for it.
     On the way back I snapped a few shots of those coastal cottages.
     And my favorite:

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