Jeanne Ukwendu

Fabulous Since 1968

Christmas Wreath

December 1, 2014
by Jeanne
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December’s Bizarre Holidays

  1. National Pie Day
  2. National Fritters Day
  3. National Roof-Over-Your-Head Day
  4. Wear Brown Shoes Day
  5. National Sacher Torte Day
  6. Mitten Tree Day
  7. National Cotton Candy Day
  8. Take It In The Ear Day
  9. National Pastry Day
  10. Festival For The Souls of Dead Whales
  11. National Noodle Ring Day
  12. National Ding-A-Ling Day
  13. Ice Cream Day
  14. National Bouillabaisse
  15. National Lemon Cupcake Day
  16. National Chocolate Cover Anything Day
  17. National Maple Syrup Day
  18. National Roast Suckling Pig Day
  19. Oatmeal Muffin Day
  20. Games Day
  21. National Flashlight Day
  22. National Date Nut Bread Day
  23. Roots Day
  24. National Eggnog Day
  25. National Pumpkin Pie Day
  26. National Whiners Day
  27. National Fruitcake Day
  28. Card Playing Day
  29. Pepper Pot Day
  30. Festival of Enormous changes at the Last Minute
  31. Unlucky Day
Happy Thanksgiving

November 1, 2014
by Jeanne
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November’s Bizarre Holidays

  1. Plan Your Own Epitaph Day
  2. National Deviled Egg Day
  3. Housewife’s Day
  4. Waiting for the Barbarians Day
  5. Gunpowder Day
  6. Marooned Without a Compass Day
  7. National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day
  8. Dunce Day
  9. Chaos Never Dies Day
  10. Forget-Me-Not Day
  11. Air Day
  12. National Pizza With the Works Except Anchovies Day
  13. National Indian Pudding Day
  14. Operation Room Nurse Day
  15. National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day
  16. Button Day
  17. Take a Hike Day
  18. Occult Day
  19. Have a Bad Day Day
  20. Absurdity Day
  21. Hello World Day
  22. Start Your Own Country Day
  23. National Cashew Day
  24. Use Even If Seal Is Broken Day
  25. National Parfait Day
  26. Shopping Reminder Day
  27. Pins and Needles Day
  28. Make Your Own Head Day
  29. Square Dance Day
  30. Stay At Home Because You Are Well Day
Wood End Lighthouse

October 20, 2012
by Jeanne
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Wood End Lighthouse, Providencetown, MA

Wood End Lighthouse with the tide in

Wood End Lighthouse with the tide in

Wood End Lighthouse is all the way at the end of Cape Cod in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Actually, it is in the harbor of Provincetown. The lighthouse was established in 1872 and automated in 1961.  It is only 39 feet high.

To get to the Wood End Lighthouse, you can walk across the man-made breakwater.  The walk on the breakwater takes roughly 30 to 45 minutes.  if you park in town be sure to add another 20 minutes or so to that walk.  You may want to make the trip during low tide since the waves hitting the breakwater during high tide can make the walk a lot tougher.

I was able to get some good pictures of the lighthouse from a parking lot located on Commercial St. be sure to pay for your parking and return to your car on time, otherwise expect a parking ticket.  My friend and I were about ten minutes late to our car and had a ticket. The police are practically watching your car to see if they can give you a ticket.

Provincetown has a lot of interesting and unique shops and restaurants.  It’s a very artsy area to shop in with many shops featuring local artisans.

One shop we stopped in was Forbidden Fruit located at 173 Commercial Street. The owners are immensely helpful and very friendly.

Wood End Lighthouse with the tide out

Wood End Lighthouse with the tide out

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