In Boston on a hill that runs behind the State House is a beautiful prime residential area called Beacon Hill. It stretches from the Boston Commons and up over the hill behind the… Continue reading
During the second day of our visit to Boston I took Joanne to see the Boston Public Gardens. The gardens are a park located smack dab in the middle of the city across… Continue reading
In the summer of 2019, my friend Joanne and I went to Boston overnight before she returned home to Canada. I wanted to show Jo what a beautiful city Boston was and how… Continue reading
I love going to Boston. There is something magical about the city. From our house on Cape Cod, Boston is about an hours drive. During the week it can take considerably longer. So… Continue reading
Nothing better than spending a hot summer night on Sandy Neck Beach in Barnstable. The sunset never disappoints!
My husband and I just spent a week vacationing in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Although “PTown” as its called for short, is on the end tip of Cape Cod, it still takes us an hour… Continue reading
About 30 minutes north of where we live on Cape Cod is Plymouth, Massachusetts. At one time I lived in Plymouth for a number of years and I have worked there on and… Continue reading
This weekend, Hubby and I with a group of friends participated in the annual Cape Cod Police K-9 Relief Fund Motorcycle Ride which began in Dennis MA and ended in Provincetown MA. What… Continue reading
When the warmth creeps in on a weekend day everyone flocks to the beach. The temps may only be in the 50s or 60s but with the sun shining bright spring fever sets… Continue reading
In Sandwich MA on Cape Cod there is a wonderful place called the Giving Tree Gallery. On Route 6A the homeowner’s have opened up their gardens for anyone to wander through. The garden… Continue reading
Varying views of the beautiful Bass River which abuts the towns of Yarmouth and Dennis on Cape Cod in Massachusetts.
There is a decided difference in the colors of the sky, beach and ocean on Cape Cod in late fall or early winter. It is not that same inviting feeling you get on… Continue reading
One of my favorite seasons on Cape Cod is the fall. The tourists are gone, the beaches are empty and it is still reasonably warm enough to take a long walk on them.… Continue reading
Did you ever go down on Old Cape Cod, the place that speaks of peace and God? Where the trees, and flowers and even grass, nod you a welcome as you pass. Where… Continue reading
Especially at the end of a hot summer day with a nice cool drink.
Print available for purchase Town Neck Beach, Sandwich on Cape Cod
Last nights sunset on Cape Cod.
The low sandy beach and the thin scrub pine, The wide reach of bay and the long sky line,— O, I am sick for home! The salt, salt smell of the thick sea… Continue reading
I love an off season beach. Not another person as far as you can see. Complete calm, quiet and serenity.
Sandwich Boardwalk on Cape Cod traverses salt marshes to link the town to Town Neck Beach.
One of our favorite town beaches. Town Neck Beach on Cape Cod.
Here is what my backyard looked like during the last snowstorm. The pool looks like a pond. It was picture perfect. And yes that is a greenhouse.
Just had to share some images from the recent snowstorm. And although it was a very wet, heavy snow that brought down a lot of tree branches, it was beautiful!
The historic center of my town of Sandwich on Cape Cod really is picture perfect. Her is a view of the Dunbar House seen across Shawme Pond. You can see the church spire of… Continue reading
I could easily live in Boston with a balcony like that with a view of the city skyline!
As you leave Wood’s Hole in Falmouth Harbor you pass this channel marker on your way to Martha’s Vineyard.