This bench at First Encounter Beach on Cape Cod will not be empty for long as people start coming to enjoy a day at the gorgeous beaches of Cape Cod.
First Encounter Beach was named that because it was the place of the first encounter of the Pilgrims from the Mayflower with the native Nauset tribe in 1620.
We have seen a Red-tailed Hawk flying above our new home on Cape Cod and we thought it had a home nearby. Our landscaper took a great photograph of the hawk up in a tree near our front porch eating a snake. He said it was pretty awesome.
Yesterday we were working about on the house when we saw him in the same tree. I got lots of photographs with him sitting there looking for his next meal and him preening himself. It was pretty cool.
There are so many birds at our new home. We can’t wait to move in!
Here is another one of the interesting mushrooms that I have found lately. Again, I’ve tried to identify it, but can’t seem to find it.
Most of the mushrooms that I’ve researched attach themselves directly to trees. This one is growing in the dirt.
Can anyone help me identify this mushroom?
There’s nothing like walking along the National Seashore all by yourself on a glorious spring day.
This photograph says it all!
Last Sunday was a beautiful day on Cape Cod Bay. It was almost as if summer were almost here…
You can see Jeremy Point in the far distance, and to the right is Welfleet Harbor.
It was a gorgeous day for surfing at Nauset Beach on Cape Cod. The sun was out and the temperatures were the warmest in days.
Just a glorious day to go surfing… or do anything on the beaches of Cape Cod’s National Seashore.