After we visited Provincetown we headed to the town of Plymouth, Mass. which is of course associated with the Pilgrims and Thanksgiving. In the town at water's edge is the famous "Plymouth Rock" a symbol of the Pilgrims coming ashore in Plymouth. The rock has been patched up because many years ago the town was moving the rock from the town square and it cracked. Nowadays it's at sea level and protected to prevent tourists from chipping away pieces of the rock. The next photos are of the bay and Water Street which is where the rock is located. The next pic is of a monument dedicated to the Pilgrim women who endured the rigors of life in the new world. Sue is posing on the side of the Plymouth Rock. After that is a monument dedicated to William Brewster, first Governor of Plymouth colony. Final pic is of a few of the many boats in the harbor. After walking around Plymouth we had dinner at a nice Italian restaurant and had window seats with a nice view facing the harbor.