At the time this postcard was printed and mailed, there was still a train that traveled the length of Cape Cod, all the way to Provincetown. While Provincetown quickly became a bustling and densely populated settlement, Truro has remained primarily rural. One of its fine features are the expansive sand dunes, marshes, and the Pamet River, shown in the above postcard.
As the sequel to the mystery novel, “Remaining in Provincetown” opens, Len Milbury is going for a run from the Truro Town Center Post Office to Ballston Beach on the road that runs parallel to The Pamet River. In his backpack he carries a letter. Is it a clue?
While the book’s title has not been finalized, there is another book that follows “Remaining in Provincetown”. In it you”ll get a chance to read more about the the lives and adventures of Frank Chambers and Roz Silva. But maybe you haven’t read the first book yet in which case, please do. A new batch of autographed copies are about to arrive at The Provincetown Bookstore at 246 Commercial Street. And if you aren’t going to be in Provincetown, then you can always order the book online as a trade paperback or ebook.
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Ballston Beach Truro and the Cape Cod Ocean – remaininginprovincetown