I love the Nauset Marsh Trail in Eastham because each and every time I hike it, I see something totally different. Today it was the simplicity of it… the puffy little clouds with the reflection of the trees and huts on the river. It was so quiet… not a soul around.
So pretty, don’t you think?
I posted a photograph of a paddleboarder with her dog a while back at Rock Harbor. It was such a great sight to see the dog enjoying the ride out through the channel markers and along the shore.
A few days ago I saw the same paddleboarder with her dog at Boat Meadow Beach. This time she had a wet suit on! Both were seemingly enjoying their ride again. So much fun even this time of year!
We love to hike the trails at John Kendrick Woods in Orleans. The trails are just beautiful and kept up so nicely. (Click on blog link to see other photos.) For those who love dogs, there is a special treat for your dog a little way in to the trail… a little doghouse nailed up on a tree with dog goodies inside. How cute!
As we were hiking along, this piece of wood caught my eye. Doesn’t it look like a dog’s head to you?? You can see its eye and the long snout with its mouth open. Too funny!
We were heading back from the gym early this particular morning when we could see the morning sky starting to turn some pretty colors. (Click on blog link to see other photo.)
We took a left and took a detour down to Coast Guard Beach where I ran out of the car and down to the overlook. The sunrise was just spectacular!
These 2 photographs were taken about 2 minutes apart. You can see how quickly the colors changed. So pretty, don’t you think?
There was such a beautiful fall reflection on Great Pond the other day. I took a horizontal and a vertical and couldn’t decide which one I like better. (Click on blog link for vertical photo.)
Which one do you like better?
I was so surprised to see so many Semipalmated Plovers at Boat Meadow Beach the other day. I thought they had migrated weeks ago. There were quite a few of them looking for food on the flats at low tide. (Click on blog link or additional photo.)
When doing a little research, I learned that Semipalmated Plovers are abundant here on the Cape until well into November!