Tag Archive: ocean

A Cape Cod Night

Nothing better than spending a hot summer night on Sandy Neck Beach in Barnstable. The sunset never disappoints!

Plymouth Massachusetts

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 Is What Draws Me to Maine

Time after time when my husband and I decide where we are going to vacation we choose the coast of Maine. There is something so raw about the coastline. Unlike Cape Cod which… Continue reading

Two Distinct Coastlines

Orient Bay on St. Marteen has two distinct coastlines. At one end and around the point is a coral shore that easily traps boats caught in the surf. On the other end is… Continue reading

Bass River in Yarmouth and Dennis on Cape Cod

Varying views of the beautiful Bass River which abuts the towns of Yarmouth and Dennis on Cape Cod in Massachusetts.  

A Fall Walk on Cape Cod

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

A Drive Along The Coast of Maine

Hubby and I several weeks ago visited Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It was our first time visiting the city and were we ever pleasantly surprised. I will post more about that another time. When… Continue reading

Kittery Point, Maine

Driving from Portsmouth NH we crossed a bridge and were not aware when we crossed into Maine. The road was windy and we meandered North along the coast for a short drive. Suddenly… Continue reading

Old Cape Cod ~ The Land of Heart’s Desire

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

191/365 Plymouth Harbor, Massachusetts

189/365 Parked for the Night

165/365 Wellfleet, Cape Cod

164/365 Town Neck Beach Fishing at Dusk

163/365 A Walk To The Beach

162/365 Fishing at Dusk, Cape Cod

156/365 Falmouth Heights Beach, Cape Cod

153/365 Sandy Neck Beach, Cape Cod

130/365 Hopefully It Will Be Here Soon

120/365 Leaving the Cape Cod Canal at Sunset

119/365 A Quiet Moment on Old Orchard Beach Maine

117/365 Sandwich Harbor, Cape Cod, MA

107/365 Falmouth Harbor at Dusk

102/365 Cape Cod Playground

90/365 A Winter Salt Marsh

83/365 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

70/365 Cape Cod Beaches

I love an off season beach. Not another person as far as you can see. Complete calm, quiet and serenity.

63/365 Town Neck Beach

One of our favorite town beaches. Town Neck Beach on Cape Cod.

12/365 A Storm Ravaged Coastline

A storm ravaged coastline. Tis the time of year for those blustery and dangerous Nor’Easters. They destroy the coastline with their fury.

Evening in Cataumet

One evening I went with my hubby, our son Rob, his fiancé Bri to Kingman Marina in Cataumet Massachusetts for drinks by the ocean. The scenery was just magnificent.

Sunset Over Kingman Marina, Cataumet, Cape Cod

Oh sun, I feel you underneath my skin. The heat you radiate amazes me. Your light, a precious gift, I stay within until you dip yourself beneath the sea, red glowing – signaling… Continue reading

Crab Fishing on Cape Cod in Summer

There are some very fun and special activities that happen on Cape Cod in summertime. Quite often you will see children with raw chicken drumsticks hanging off string into the water. Crabs are… Continue reading

Plymouth Yacht Club, Massachusetts

There is nothing more relaxing than having your lunch and looking out on such a scene. I took my sandwich and parked down by the Plymouth Yacht Club. The day was very warm… Continue reading

In the Early Morning Light ~ Plymouth Harbor, Massachusetts

It was early morning and I happened to be driving by Plymouth Harbor in Massachusetts. I had to quickly pull over and snap this shot. The beams of sunlight breaking through the clouds… Continue reading

Red Fishing Shack, Bradley Wharf in Rockport Massachusetts

My hubby and I took a drive to an incredibly beautiful town called Rockport which is north of Boston along the coast. It is a rustic town and exactly what you think of… Continue reading

Town Neck Beach ~ Breach, Sandwich, Cape Cod

Town Neck Beach is a barrier beach which protects the Town of Sandwich from the ocean. Previously there was one entrance through the beach and the ocean meandered via river ways through the… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = TATTERED

SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE… Continue reading

Eel Pond, Woods Hole, Falmouth on Cape Cod

Woods Hole on Cape Cod is incredibly scenic. Eel Pond which is opposite the open access to the ocean is absolutely quaint. When you think of Cape Cod this is exactly what you… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = CAPTURE

SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE… Continue reading

Boston Harbor

When you visit Boston there is the most wonderful “Harbor Front Walk”. It meanders its way along all the wharfs in Boston from the North End right on down the line. On a… Continue reading

Portland Maine

Portland Maine. Purchase here… A three hour drive north of Boston and into Maine one of the larger cities is Portland. Hubby and I visited here last fall for the first time. What… Continue reading

A Solitary Beach

Cape Cod Beach. Purchase print here… This is the time of year that if you decide you want to walk along the beach alone you’ll have plenty of opportunity. It is a perfect… Continue reading

New England Life – Quahogging

Many a weekend you can drive down to ocean inlets and find many people quahogging. Don’t know what that means? Here is an excerpt from Wikipedia. The hard clam (Mercenaria mercenaria), also known as a quahog (or quahaug), round clam,… Continue reading

Moored for the Day

Purchase print here… Every time hubby and I take the time to go to the beach or take a drive along the coast I feel so, so fortunate. I love the ocean. I… Continue reading

Standing Guard

Purchase print here… This seagull let me walk right up to him and he wouldn’t flinch. He was standing his ground watching over the pier and the entire fishing fleet in Chatham on… Continue reading

Racing Home!

Purchase print here… As hubby and I were walking the beach in Chatham this past Saturday we watched this boat come racing back towards the harbor. There was something special about this shot… Continue reading

Scenic and beautiful Wychmere Harbor, Cape Cod

If you are ever on Cape Cod head east on Route 28 into Harwich. Eventually the road will meander by this gorgeous little harbor. In the summer the harbor is dotted with all… Continue reading

A Raging Snowstorm

I always feel so fortunate to live within a very short distance of the ocean. I never take it for granted. Hubby and I go to the beach mostly in the off-season to… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = BILLOWING

SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE OF THE… Continue reading

Nothing but Lighthouses

Gay Head Lighthouse Martha’s Vineyard Edgartown Lighthouse, Martha’s Vineyard

The Bug Light, Plymouth Harbor, Massachusetts

If you are in a boat headed out into Cape Cod Bay from Plymouth Harbor you always pass the “Bug Light”. It marks the entrance to Plymouth Harbor and safe passage by the… Continue reading