I loved these buoys sitting on the dock at Wellfleet Harbor. They look like they are ready to get put back in the water for the summer.
I couldn’t decide if I like them in color or in black and white. What do you think?
We’ve driven by this bridge on the way into Wellfleet hundreds of times but never knew you could walk over it. It is a really cool bridge that leads to a little island with hiking trails and lots of benches to enjoy the beautiful views of the salt marsh. I loved the photograph of the bridge going over to the island and then the one walking back to town. So pretty, don’t you think?
What an unexpected surprise to find such a gem right in the middle of Wellfleet! Have you ever walked across Uncle Tim’s Bridge?
The trail to Duck Harbor Beach on the ocean side of Wellfleet was just magnificent. We had never been there before. It’s a short walk over the dunes to the beach where the views of the ocean are breathtaking. You can also see Provincetown in the distance to the right.
Just beautiful, don’t you think?
Le Count Hollow Beach in Wellfleet was another beach that got hammered by the Nor’easter last week. You can walk to the edge of the parking lot and look out but the dunes are really steep and we couldn’t see any trail to descend anymore. There was also a “Danger, Keep Off” sign at the end of the parking lot, discouraging anyone from venturing past the parking lot because of unsafe conditions.
But it was a beautiful day and I loved this photograph of the rock between the sand fences. You can even see a ferry way out in the distance. The bank of clouds just above the horizon was so pretty.
What do you think?
We took a ride up to Wellfleet to see the beaches and if they had gotten hammered by the storm last week. The sand was so high at the edge of the parking lot that you had to get out of your car to see the beach. I think that’s because they plowed all of the sand that had blown onto the parking lot to the edge by the dunes.
There were signs at all of the beaches warning of dangerous sand dunes. At Whitecrest the sign read, “Danger Sliding Dunes.” If you look over the pile of sand, the dunes look pretty steep.