The waves were pretty impressive on the Cape Cod beaches yesterday. We stopped at Nauset Beach, Coast Guard Beach, LeCount Hollow, and Whitecrest in Wellfleet. The waves were getting pretty big but it was the blowing sand that kept many people in their cars. (Click on blog link for other photo.)
The first photograph was at Nauset Light Beach. The last two were at Nauset Beach.
I wonder what the beach will look like today and after the storm…
The new piles of sand at Boat Meadow Beach are ready for Hurricane Lee as the storm approaches Cape Cod. There is usually so much erosion from the rain and high tides on the bay side beaches that they bring in extra sand before the storm.
Stay tuned and stay safe…
I took a ride to Nauset Beach yesterday afternoon and was so surprised to see the parking lot almost full and plenty of people sitting on the beach enjoying the gorgeous weather. (Click on blog link for other photo.)
It was very hot and humid at my house and easily 15 degrees cooler at the beach. Clearly, they had all made the right choice! It was the perfect way to spend a hot, summer afternoon with the ocean breezes cooling everyone off!
The weather has been so hot and humid lately that people are flocking to the beach in the evenings when it is a bit cooler and there’s a little breeze. Saturday evening I took a walk to Boat Meadow Beach and and it looked like a summer’s day as a sunfish and 2 stand-up paddle-boarders headed out on the cooler waters.
What a gorgeous view… and look at that sky! Wow! It doesn’t get much prettier!
Yesterday morning at Boat Meadow Beach was just spectacular. The sun shining on the beach was so pretty and look at those clouds in the sky! Wow! What a beautiful morning!