My First Walk To Boat Meadow From Our New Home Here in Eastham On Cape Cod



It’s official! We have moved in to our new home here in Eastham on Cape Cod. It is so exciting!

After many, many hours of unpacking boxes that were packed last June and putting things away, I decided to see how far it was to walk to Boat Meadows…. 9  1/2 minutes! Wow! I can do that any time. And not a bad view, huh?

Plus, there are benches to sit on to relax and just take in the gorgeous scenery.

I will post some photographs of our new home when we get it looking a little bit better. Lots of clutter everywhere, so a walk to the beach was the perfect medicine.

Lots Of Paddle Surfers In The Waters Of Cape Cod


There are a lot of paddle surfers here on Cape Cod. It looks like so much fun. We were talking with a surfer who said it is a wonderful way for the older surfer to stay surfing longer. They can stand up and catch a wave instead of lying down and then jumping up.’

Makes sense, huh? I think it would be so much fun to try!

Osprey Diving For Lunch At Wiley Park In Eastham On Cape Cod



It was a gorgeous day so Phil and I took a walk at Wiley Park in Eastham on Cape Cod. It felt like a warm spring day. We sat on the bench by the lake and watched the kayakers paddle by.


All of a sudden we saw an Osprey hovering above the water. I quickly got my camera out and clicked away.


He certainly got himself a nice big fish for lunch! And then flew away to the perfect spot to enjoy his meal.

Huge Waves On The National Seashore At Nauset Beach


I was sitting on our deck the other day and could hear the waves crashing on the shore. Nauset Beach is about a mile and a half away from our rental home in Orleans. I couldn’t believe how loud they sounded.

So, I took a  ride down to Nauset Beach and took some photographs. The waves were huge!

Waiting For Summer At First Encounter Beach In Eastham On Cape Cod


This bench at First Encounter Beach on Cape Cod will not be empty for long as people start coming to enjoy a day at the gorgeous beaches of Cape Cod.

First Encounter Beach was named that because it was the place of the first encounter of the Pilgrims from the Mayflower with the native Nauset tribe in 1620.