Meet #22 Vacation Part 2 Boating on the Cape

Sunday, July 6, 2014

[if you missed Part 1 – click back to it here.]

The alarm sounded at 7 am. Ugh.  Then I realized I was not at home – I was in a hotel bed in Mansfield with a nice man lying next to me!

Kris rolled over and started playing with my clit. He made me cum with his finger. Yum. I did something new and exciting – I gave him a hand job and watched him cum! I’d never seen a man cum (it’s always inside me somewhere!) It was so great to hear him moan and squirm, then see spurt after spurt gushing out onto his stomach!

We ate breakfast in the room. He fed me a banana and I added a cereal bar and some water. I put on my summer pants and the blue t-shirt with red/white and blue decorations on the upper chest, donned my hat and off we went down to Cape Cod, over the Bourne Bridge and down Rte 6 to Hyannis.

We stopped at an ancient Benny’s Department store – he wanted to get pool shoes. I went to the employees bathroom.

We motored on to Harwich to the Wequassett Resort. It is spectacular! It felt like a glimpse into how “the 1%” vacations! We got a waterfront table at the Outer Bar and Grille looking over Pleasant Bay.

He treated me to a “clam bake” lunch at $36 – cup of clam chowder, corn on the cob, fingerling potatoes and LOBSTER!

He had the chowder and a caesar salad. We shared the guava-filled cheesecake with fresh raspberries.

This lunch was very special – beautiful view, delicious food and a nice man who paid! The bill was almost $100. Whee! I rarely feel like any meal can be worth that but this may have been it!

We strolled around the resort, checked out the fancy restaurant up the hill and canceled our dinner reservations, then took off to Orleans. He knew a public launch at the end of a quiet road. He rigged up the boat and we got into the water a little after 4 pm.

It was wicked windy – not long before I came in from the bow to the seat beside him that is protected by the windshield. He motored out to the Chatham Light to the sand bar. We saw seals! That was so fun!

He pulled the boat up on the sand bar… he wanted me to get out but I declined. He walked to the other side to see the ocean.

We motored back to the Fish Pier in Chatham and got out to use their facilities.

It was nifty to see the working boats and the Coast Guard zodiacs.

Soon after we left there, the boat’s motor acted up. It worked fine in low gear, but was messed up when he tried to go faster! So he puttered along and I crossed my fingers that we’d make it back before dark.  He had me make note of each buoy number that we passed, so he could tell a passing boat what to radio the Coast Guard if we ended up stranded.  It was a bit nerve-wracking, but we made it with 10 minutes to spare. Phew.

I sat on a rock and uploaded photos on someone’s nearby wifi. Heh. As darkness fell, I helped him batten down the boat. I yelped to find a place for dinner.

He wanted Chinese, so we went to the Double Dragon in Orleans. It was a great combo of close to where we were, cheap, fast and good. We shared the Peking ravioli, hot & sour soup, and house special lo mein with shrimp, pork and beef. It was your typical pagoda-adorned, old red leatherette booths place that hasn’t been updated since the 70’s.

If you’d like to see my 39 photos for the day, pop over to Google + for the album.

We got gas and snacks, the drove back to Mansfield. The traffic was AWFUL! It was backed up more than 6 miles getting to the bridges off the Cape. This is after 10 pm at night! He was falling asleep. It took us forever to get back. We finally rolled into the Red Roof Inn after 1 am.

I went to the bathroom and when I returned he was asleep. I patted on him to be sure he didn’t want to cuddle, but he was completely zonked. I got to sleep about 1:30 am.

I made a mental note never to go to the Cape in the summer again!  The traffic is too much!

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