The town of Osterville has no grocery store per say, but you can get a great cup of green mountain coffee at Fancy’s Market, a small mom and pop store that covers all of the basic needs of the people of this quaint village of Barnstable, the once largest town on the Cape. The towns of Osterville, Centerville, Craigville Beach, Hyannis, and Hyannisport, are all apart of the metropolis that is Barnstable. I kid because the towns all look exactly the same as they did when this part of the country was “settled” in the mid 1600’s. The only real difference between then and now are the roads, but even those were, as with route 6A (the northern east/west route) which was created from the original Indian trail itself. Many people, myself included, are drawn to the Cape because it reminds them of what America once was and could be again. Peace M
January 31, 2009
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