Ominous Storm Clouds Over Rock Harbor In Orleans On Cape Cod


It has been pretty frigid here on Cape Cod with low temps and gusty winds. We could see the waves through the trees the other day so we took a ride down to Rock Harbor in Orleans. It was so pretty.

I loved this huge black storm cloud that hovered over Rock Harbor and Wellfleet Bay.

Pretty cool cloud, don’t you think?


Little Snowman On Nauset Beach In Orleans On Cape Cod


Nauset Beach in Orleans on Cape Cod has been gorgeous lately, especially with the recent snow. I saw this little snowman that someone had made on the beach and thought it was so cute!

How often do you get to see a snowman on the beach? I’ve never seen one before!

Just precious!

Where Trees And Beach Meet At First Encounter Beach In Estham On Cape cod



As we drove out of the parking lot at First Encounter Beach in Estham on Cape Cod, I noticed the silhouette of the leafless trees against the sand dunes. I thought it was so pretty.

A few clicks later, this is what I got. What do you think?

o simple and so pretty…

Eroding Dunes At Nauset Beach In Orleans On Cape Cod


I was surprised to see how much the dunes have eroded at Nauset Beach in Orleans on Cape Cod from the storm last weekend.  There was not a lot of beach left and it wasn’t even high tide.

It is amazing how the shoreline changes with each season, especially with the pounding storms in the winter.

Nauset Beach In Orleans On Cape Cod Was Gorgeous After The Snow!


I headed down to Nauset Beach in Orleans on Cape Cod for a walk after the snow the other night. The beach was spectacular and still full of snow!

You could see tracks from cross-country skiers, fat bike tire tracks, and foot prints. It’s such a comfort to know that the beach is always a great place for a walk in the winter, especially when it is icy outside.

It doesn’ get much prettier… and you can walk for miles!

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