When the tide goes out in Provincetown, many boats are temporarily beached.
No Cars Please
Provincetown's main drag, Commercial Street, is bustling noon to night.
Flags & Flowers
Window boxes abound on Provincetown's old Cape Cod houses.
Provincetown is filled with flowers, from manicured gardens to wild vegetation.
The Pilgrim Monument towers above all, including Provincetown's old cemetery. In the foreground is my friend Jaime Vazquez on "Ugly Betty," the bicycle.
Gravestones date back to the early 1700s in Provincetown's cemetery.
Why did G.B. Smith, buried in 1874, have a life-sized statue of a large dog placed on his grave?
It's fun to get off the main drag and bike through the tiny side streets of Provincetown.
The trail to Race Point beach goes through piney forest and sand dunes and has several hills.
It's possible to overdo the biking.
CBSNews.com's David Hancock gasps for air at the top of a hill on Race Point trail.
Race Point Beach
A sandy path leads down to Provincetown's beautiful Race Point Beach.
The sweaty bike ride to get to Race Point beach is forgotten as we enjoy the beautiful view of the Atlantic.
$75 Wedding Dress
The Marine Specialties Co. store features everything from used American Airlines crockery to $75 wedding dresses.
CBSNews.com's David Hancock models.
Miss Richfield, a Minneapolis drag queen, vamps for the passersby on Provincetown's Commercial Street.
Cape Cod Homeowner
Joe Connolly, a Boston courtroom illustrator, does work in front of his 1779 Cape Cod home.
The lady who owns this Provincetown house says the sunflowers came up on their own. She has many cats and one St. Bernard dog.