There are a lot more rocks at Boat Meadow Beach since the ferocious storms last winter. Someone got creative and made some cairns from the rocks. It was really pretty along the edge of the shore. (A cairn is a pile of rocks or stones, usually used to mark the trails for hikers.) So it was pretty innovative to see them on the beach.
Cool, don’t you think?
It was high tide yesterday morning when I went for my early morning bike ride. The big old fishing boats were following the channel markers at Rock Harbor on their way out to sea.
Rock Harbor has such an iconic view with the unique channel markers that resemble trees growing in the water.
I loved this photograph, what do you think?
It was a glorious day… sunny with little wind and a perfect day to take our kayaks out on the water. We launched at Good Hummock in Orleans and paddled Town Cove to Nauset Marsh and then out along the outer beach to Nauset Spit. It couldn’t get any prettier!
We stopped for a bit to rest and had some lunch. There were a lot of boats in the water and many kayakers enjoying the day. We took a different route back and paddled in through Nauset Marsh, going by Fort Hill and Hemenway Landing. So beautiful…
It was definitely a “pinch me” day! 🙂
It was so much fun to see these kayakers out on Boat Meadow Creek enjoying the beautiful day. I’m not sure what the temperature of the bay is, but I know it is a lot warmer than the ocean. There were people swimming there a few days ago.
Summer is almost here!
I saw my first seal of the season at Coast Guard Beach the other day. There were quite a few of them in the water, so the water must be warming up a bit. The latest I heard was that the water was 54 degrees. Brrrr…
Cute little guy, don’t you think?
I love the paths that lead you to Cape Cod Bay. You walk through tall grasses on a sandy trail with Wild Roses starting to bloom and you can see the miles of flats of Cape Cod Bay in the distance.
It doesn’t get much prettier that this!