A fellow retired friend and I recently returned to Cape Cod where we worked together in the 1980s, then again in the early 2000s. For this New Years weekend visit, we chose to stay at the venerable old Provincetown Inn at the very tip of the once-sleepy little Portuguese fishing village. It had been three years since my friend had visited, eight years for me, returning from the west coast to retire on the east. We were warmly greeted by long-time desk clerk (some 20 years) Bonnie G., who obviously continues some sort of a love affair with the inn. She seemed to remember us from when we were "locals" and went out of her way to make sure we were situated comfortably in our room and aware of what was open for business at this time of year. Since our last visit, the inn has undergone many major changes -- all of them positive. She was all decked out in her holiday finery, and many upgrades had been made during the last several years. Off-season is the ideal time of year to visit Cape Cod, and especially Provincetown, the original landing place of the pilgrims. I look forward to visiting again (before another eight years flies by!) and I hope that Bonnie G. still will be there to greet us, check us in, and look out for us like a mother hen. Kudos to the Evans family for the improvements they have made to the Provincetown Inn; may she continue to sail proudly for another century or so.
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