Tuesday, July 29, 2014

BOOK SIGNING TODAY IN PROVINCETOWN! Appease your inner mermaid with a trip to the tip of Cape Cod!

Today is my SECOND official book signing for book 2 in my Mermaids of Cape Cod series! Yes, I'm excited! Oh, and yes, I'll have copies of the first book on hand for signing and purchase TOO!

I'm traveling to P-town again, out at the very tip of Cape Cod, to the famous pirate museum! It's a beautiful day for a drive and great weather for strolling the streets of Provincetown, maybe plan a day and head to Race Point beach while you're out there to watch the most beautiful sunset on the Cape

Will I see you there?? My Dad plans to take the ferry over from Plymouth to visit me, and my kids will once again be loosed upon Provincetown, seeking ice cream and treats from the famous penny candy store (where nothing is a penny anymore...)
Museum details and location:
The Whydah Pirate Museum
16 MacMillan Wharf, Box 493
Provincetown, MA 02657

E-Mail: info@whydah.com
Telephone: 508-487-8899
Twitter: @whydahpirates

From the Museum's website:
Commanded by the famed pirate Sam Bellamy, the Whydah was wrecked off Wellfleet in 1717, taking with her the treasures of fifty plundered ships.
According to Cape Cod legend, Bellamy was returning to his lady-love, Maria Hallett, the “Witch of Wellfleet”, when his ship met disaster in one of the worst storms to strike the eastern seaboard.
Only two men of 146 made it to the beach alive, making the Whydah wreck the worst ever on the shores of the Cape.
Bellamy’s loss was history’s gain, however, as the contents of his once-proud flagship represent a unique look into the lives of the pirates, and an unprecedented cross-cultural sampling of treasures from the world of the 18th century.
Discovered by underwater explorer Barry Clifford, this archaeological shipwreck recovery project has been named a National Geographic Society “Special Event”, and our Provincetown Museum is the headquarters for our ongoing underwater archaeological missions.
 Find more info (and photos) at : http://whydah.com/whydah-museum/

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