The real insider's guide to going out
By: Chris Kazarian, August 27, 2011
Rebecca Forster - Not only am I out, but I am on the dance floor. Technically, this is considered being 'out and about.'
With the launch of InsideOUT last month, a lot of people are surprised to find out about all the stuff there is to do on the Cape.
But not me. That’s because I’ve been going out for years.
The thing about going out is that if you don’t go out, you don’t know about stuff that is happening.
This is crazy, which is why you need to have your finger on the pulse like me.
Some of the things I like to do on the Cape include going out and doing stuff. This is what being an insider is. If you don’t believe me, you are stupid and you should go pound some sand.
Now that we are on the subject of sand, some of the things I like to do have to do with sand. This is pretty crazy, circle-of-life type stuff.
Maybe it’s just me, but the opportunities are limitless. You just have to go out and there it is. I’ve been saying that for years and that’s why I’m writing this article. I want people to know what I know.
And if you’ve learned anything from reading this then it is this: when you go out there are things you can do. That’s why this weekend you’ll probably find me going out.
In my next article I will discuss how I prepared for the Y2K meltdown in the mid- to late-90’s and how that had a direct impact on the Mass Coastal Railroad (in particular the Cape Cod Trash Train) over the next decade.