We love hiking at Kent’s Point in Orleans. The trails through the woods and along the beach are always just beautiful. I took this photograph a couple of weeks ago when the sailboat was still in the water and the green leaves were still on the trees. So pretty, don’t you think?
Have you ever hiked at Kent’s Point?
I love this photograph that Phil took looking out toward Race Point Beach. I was down by the beach trying to get a “beach photo,” when Phil got this one from the parking lot. Pretty cool, don’t you think?
We always love hiking the trails at the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. They are all so diverse and you always see something new. I love the pretty fall colors along the Silver Spring Loop Trail and the Goose Pond Trail. (Click on blog link for other photo.)
Have you ever hiked there? So pretty, don’t you think? Love the fall colors…
The tides on Cape Cod have been exceptionally high lately. They were really high the other day at the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary.
If you hike out on the Goose Pond Trail, there are markers that were placed there a few years ago to show people what climate change might look like if the ocean waters rise. You pass these on the way out to the beach.
We were so surprised to see how high the water was the other day when we were hiking there. It was gushing through the culvert at Goose Pond, filling up the pond, and you could see it rising along the trail on the way out to the beach. It was about an hour until high tide and the water was already up to the 2050 marker. We’ve never seen it that high; have you?
This was such a beautiful fall reflection on the pond on the Beech Forest Trail. So pretty… what do you think?