Cape Cod. What an interesting place. All these strange little shops designed to take your money away. Public beaches. Parked ourselves next to this guy with a Red Hot Chili Peppers tatoo which was strange because I had brought the autobiography of Anthony Kiedis with me to read. The Rush tatoo beside it scared me a little, then he started doing push-ups on the beach. Enough of that, I should have kicked sand in his face. Met a senior editor from Rolling Stone magazine outside a local record store, talked about the New York Dolls, NRBQ, and Derek Trucks. Thanks for the recommendation, sorry for bugging you. Very nice guy, excellent writer. Cape radio still playing What A Fool Believes and Moonlight Feels Right. Provincetown same as it ever was, a walk on the wild side for my kid. Great weather, perfect in fact. Didn't find much music, a vinyl re-issue of the MC5's Back In The USA, The Who's new Wire & Glass EP and Songlines by Derek Trucks .