This kayaker looked so content kayaking on one of the creeks here on Cape Cod. Lots of time you can launch on the bay or on a river and then paddle up one of the creeks or tributaries.
Just be careful that you watch the tides. You don’t want to be stuck in the mud at low tide!
It was a glorious day to walk out to Nauset Spit on Cape Cod from Coast Guard Station. Nauset Spit is where Nauset Beach splits and lets the water into Nauset Marsh. It is ever changing with the changing of the beach sand.
The last time we had been there was about 10 years ago before we moved to Colorado. We had paddled our kayaks out through Nauset Marsh and had a picnic in that same spot. It was so much fun.
We are definitely looking forward to getting our kayaks out next summer and paddling out to Nauset Spit for a picnic. Can’t wait!
There were lots of canoes and kayaks in the water and on land at Hemenway Landing in Eastham on Cape Cod. What a great place to launch your canoe or kayak and paddle out to Nauset Spit. It doesn’t get much prettier!
But be careful of the tides and the channel markers so you don’t get stuck in the mud at low tide!
Looking out iacross Nauset Marsh to Nauset Break from Fort Hill in Eastham on Cape Cod is just gorgeous! You can see the kayakers and boaters and beautfiul beaches.
What an amazing view!
This kayaker was certainly enjoying the beautiful weather that we’ve been having here on Cape Cod lately. He was paddling around Wiley Pond and then took the little tributary to a smaller pond nearby. It looked like he had a fishing pole on board.
Gorgeous day to be out on the water!
This scenery was stunning on the Town Cove in Orleans on Cape Cod early this morning. Everything looked so pristine!
Or… do you like the retro black and white photograph better?