It's beautiful town, but not a real wealthy town with mansions and little shops to see. Although it has many artisans in the community, it's center is around the people who are fisherman by trade. Many, many hard working people live here, mostly who try and make a living from the ocean.
I went to an artisan fair a couple of weeks ago and took a couple of pictures. While not rich with money, this town proves it's richness of it's own. I find it a very beautiful place to visit. And there is much more to see than my very few pictures here.
The picture above is The Fisherman's Memorial, named The Old Man of the Sea.
Here are a couple of houses across the street from the ocean, nice but not quite as elegant as it's neighboring towns. I love these streets though, just as much.
A few affordable seafood places. Lobster in the summer is very reasonable too!
The further you travel north of Boston, the rockier the shores get.
Early morning fog...
Such lush forest surrounding this bay ~
Working the ocean is much nicer in these months of summer.
Now wouldn't you just love to live here? Hmm, maybe not so much in the winter....
If you get a chance, be sure you visit here, you won't be disappointed. It's a lovely place ~