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    Posted: 14 June 2018 at 8:35am
Yesterday. Under a blue poly tarp. Can’t remember which village. Does anyone here know who it belongs to?
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Can you try and narrow it down, Cape Cod is a pretty big area. 
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I’m sorry. We covered a lot of territory yesterday. Maybe a narrow street not far off 28.  It might have been Hyannis. Or Wellfleet. And I realize those two towns are far apart. It was partially covered by a blue tarp. I wouldn’t think there would be many G503s on the Cape. 
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Aren't people on Cape Cod too snooty to permit a G503? 
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Only the summer people, most locals are normal. 
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Never been there and because of the summer people, I would only visit when the normal folks predominate.  Although, driving around in Ol' Unreliable to upset the summer folks would be kinda cool. 
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https://youtu.be/X27ZxWok7rw
This is a view from where I'm working, the hazy land in the distance is Cape Cod, just across the canal. 15 minutes in a fast boat  or 6 hours in  summer traffic. Pissing off summer people is a birth right around here. Tons of car shows and cruise nights this time of year, you'd fit right in. 


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I saw a lot of what I consider to be good hard working folks making a living. Don’t not go there just because of what you have heard about the summer crowd. You would be doing yourself a disservice. 
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Actually, I wouldn't go mostly because I have escaped summer humidity, forever, I hope.  It's been pretty darn hot here lately, though.  Just not humid.  Last time I checked it was 36% relative humidity.
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The humidity does get pretty bad 
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Yeah, and I've lived here at 6,000 ft. long enough that when I complain that it's "humid" here, I know you would think I'm crazy.  Wacko  Smile
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I've seen a  few G503's in Hyannis.

Most of the snooty ones are on Martha's Vineyard.

Hyannis before July 4th or after Labor Day is beautiful and relaxing.
Between July 4th thru labor day it is filled with Frat Brat's and Jocks with no brains. (yeah, redundant)
When the bars close they bring the parties back to the hotels...

The MVPA directory could probably tell you which G503 you saw.
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Thanks Joe Friday. I wished I could remember where I saw it but we covered several miles that day. 
We were there earlier this week so we missed the folks you all say we should avoid. 
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