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Monomoy Coffee Company. Ten minutes till closing. Saturday night. Last nighttime cup of coffee on Cape Cod till next summer.
Lance Mannion on Saturday, July 22, 2006 in Cape Cod 2006 | Permalink
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LM: what a great looking spot. Is that true? Is it really the last cup of night coffee for another summer? How melancholy....
I've noted the decrease in daylight (down 34 minutes since 6/21) mostly around dusk. Yesterday I heard the first cicada - a sure sign that we've reached the inevitable turning of the seasons towards winter - the longest season this far North.
Nothing felt sadder as a child than noting the passing of another summer. If ever there was a Season designed for children, this has to be it.
Note: appropos of nothing, I attended Camp Monomy as a 3rd or 4th grader one forgettable summer. I later called it a fascist boot camp, which wasn't far off. (They made us march, in formation, for hours after dinner for one thing.)
Still, they woke us all up to watch the first moon landing, so I guess that was cool....
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