“Sharks in the Park” are back in Chatham on Cape Cod!
This summer, fifty-four merchants in town sponsored 4′ long sharks for the town’s “Shark in the Park” activities. Various businesses teamed up with artists who painted or created sharks that are on display around town from May through the end of August, so you still have time to see them!
Each shark has a different theme and is so unique! I loved this one of Fenway Stadium. It was so cool!
The CG 36500 is back at the dock at Rock Harbor in Orleans for the summer. We had the privilege of being the first ones on it the other day with wonderful stories told by Richard.
The CG 36500 is the original boat from the Disney movie, “The Finest Hours.” It is a true story of the U.S. Coast Guard’s most daring sea rescue and is based on the book, “The Finest Hours” by Michael J. Tougias and Casey Sherman.
It’s so cool because this daring rescue took place off of Chatham here on Cape Cod. If you haven’t seen the movie, it is well worth it and so educational for the kids!
I love the steep sand dunes and rocks at Morris Island in Chatham on Cape Cod. It is a gorgeous place to hike or just take a walk, whether you meander through the woods or stay on the pristine beaches.
It doesn’t get much prettier than this!
The hike at Morris Island in Chatham on Cape Cod is so pretty. You can see the steep steps that lead down to the pristine beach.
Don’t forget your binoculars as there are sure to be some interesting things to see along the trail and beach!
It was a glorious day to take a hike at Morris Island in Chatham. There is an overlook where you can see South Beach and then Monomoy Island in the distance.
I thought a panoramic photograph would be perfect. What do you think?
This is such an awesome photograph of this “beach cottage” in Chatham on Cape Cod. It is all closed up for the winter, so it must just be a summer residence.
Pretty impressive, don’t you think?
I took it in color and black and white. Which one do you like better? Two totally different perspectives…