I told Phil that I was going to take a walk down Nauset Beach to see if I could find the ship that was starting to come up a couple of weeks ago. (Click on blog link to see other photo.) It had gone down in a storm a long, long time ago. No one was sure which ship it was but you could see a bit of the hull sticking out of the sand.
The only bit of info I got about its location was that it was on the beach toward Chatham. It was a gorgeous day, in the 50s and sunny. You didn’t even need a winter jacket. Of course I had my winter parks, hat and mittens… just in case! Ha!
I walked and walked for 2 miles and couldn’t find a thing! Did I not walk far enough? Was the tide not low enough? Oh well… I was pretty far down the beach with no one in sight so I decided it was time to head back to the car.
I turned around and took this photo to send to Phil with the caption, “I can’t see anything!” He wrote back, “I see something. Your shadow!” 🙂
This was such a gorgeous day at Nauset Beach, part of the National Seashore. The clouds were beautiful and the waves were just spectacular!
I couldn’t resist this photograph. What do you think?
So simple, yet so beautiful…. the dunes at Nauset Beach.
What do you think?
Sunday was absolutely gorgeous here on Cape Cod… sunny with the temps in the high 40s with a little wind. Perfect day for a walk on Nauset Beach.
There were a lot of people on the beach near the parking lot, but once you got a little ways away, you had the beach to yourself.
Gorgeous, don’t you think?
We saw this very interesting buoy on Nauset Beach the other day. It looked like someone had stood it up in the sand. As we got closer, you could see all of the mussels attached to the buoy. (Click on link to see the whole buoy.)
We wondered how long the buoy has been in the water with all those mussels. Wow! Pretty interesting, don’t you think?
Sunday was another glorious day, between the 2 winter storms, to get out of the house and take a long walk. We learned that the beach is the perfect place to walk in the winter. (Click on the link to see the amazing clouds.) If you bundle up, it doesn’t get much better. There is minimal snow and no ice on the beach.
Sunday was gorgeous… sunny, 40 degrees with little wind. Look at those clouds and the blue, blue water. The sound of the waves was so medicinal… perfect day for a walk on Nauset Beach!