The big blue chair is out and ready as is the beach mat on the sand… waiting for all of those anxious beach lovers and Provincetown lovers to take advantage of! Summer is almost here and everyone is so excited! There are even some sailboats in the harbor to enhance your P’Town experience!
This is such a great sign as you drive out of Provincetown on Route 6 going west. If you keep driving and driving and driving, you will eventually end up at Long Beach, California, which is 3,652 miles away. Wow!
Pretty cool sign, don’t you think?
When I saw Provincetown Photography Page’s challenge of “glass” this past week on their Facebook page, I thought it would be fun to participate. Provincetown Photograph Page has a new challenge every week or two and they are so much fun to see. The creativity of the photographers is amazing! I wasn’t sure where I would find a photo to answer the challenge.
Yesterday Phil and I were down at the beach and when we started to drive away there it was in the side mirror… the perfect photo op for me in glass. I thought it was so cool as it portrayed Cape Cod, its beaches and its benches.
The moral of my photo: Don’t forget to look behind you and all around you. You never know what you will see!
The Beech Forest Trail is one of our favorite trails in Provincetown. No matter what the time of the year, it is always gorgeous. (Click on blog link for other photos.)
There is so much to see and such diversity along the trail. There was a huge tree that was down right beyond these steps. We were happy we didn’t have to go that way.
These funny-shaped trees always make us smile. They remind us of the trees in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, where we used to live. They called them “snow knees” because of the way they grew with all of the snow coming down the mountainside on them.
Fun memories… on a great trail!