This was such a pretty scene at Cape Cod Bay off of Cape Cod, unbelievable for November!
Poison Ivy seems to be one of the leaves that turns a brilliant red in the fall. So pretty…but beware! There is a lot of Poison Ivy here on Cape Cod! Stay on the trails.
Just a fact that you might not know… you can get Poison Ivy in the middle of the winter if you touch the vine, so be careful. Wear gloves and long sleeves if you think there is Poison Ivy there in the summertime.
Another little tidbit… if you touch Poison Ivy, the best thing you can do is wash it with a washcloth. It’s the disturbing of the skin cells that prevents the oils from staying on you. This is more important than just washing it with soap and water.
As the saying goes, “Leaves of three, let it be.”
But… a pretty leaf, don’t you think?
This sky was absolutely spectacular over Rock Harbor in Orleans on Cape Cod!
What do you think?
The pond at Wiley Park in Eastham on Cape Cod is just one of 365 freshwater kettle ponds on Cape Cod.
Most of these are kettle ponds are formed when blocks of ice from the last glacier became imbedded or covered by outwash materials, leaving depressions that filled with fresh water when ground water rose to intersect them.
This is just one of the many kettle ponds in this area of Cape Cod.
Have you ever gone swimming in a kettle pond?
It was a gorgeous day to be out in the waters looking for oysters at Nauset Salt Pond in Eastham on Cape Cod.
Last Sunday was called “Oyster Sunday,” which is the first of 6 Sundays in the fall that people can get a “Oyster” license and search for oysters in designated areas at Nauset Salt Pond.
There were about 60 people in the water with waders, rakes and buckets. This one basket looks absolutely wonderful!
Oysters for dinner, anyone?