We took an awesome hike at Nickerson State Park in Brewster called Little Cliff Pond Trail. You hike along the shores of Cliff Pond, then through the woods to Little Cliff Pond where you see some spectacular view, especially in the fall.
The hike back is along the opposite shore but up on a cliff along the smaller pond, thus called Little Cliff Pond. It was really pretty and fairly easy for the whole family.
Have you ever hiked Little Cliff Pond Trail at Nickerson State Park?
We still have Hydrangea blooming at our home here on Cape Cod. It’s more of a pink than a deep blue, but it’s blooming and it’s beautiful!
What do you think?
Yesterday was just gorgeous with temperatures in the mid 60s. It was a perfect day to take a walk on Coast Guard Beach, part of the National Seashore. The weather was sunny and breezy but not the least bit cold, especially for November.
I took this photograph of Phil as he was trying to photograph a Common Loon that kept diving underwater.
Just the two of us… not bad!
The trails at the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary have many benches along the way so you can relax and enjoy the spectacular views. This is one of my favorite benches along the Try Island Trail. You can see way out on the salt marsh.
Beautiful, don’t you think?
We were taking a walk along Coast Guard Beach and kept seeing little pods of maybe 4-5 seals hanging out together. There were many of these little groups along the way.
What made them comical was that they all seemed to be napping, lying in the water with their eyes shut. Occasionally one would take a peek to see what was going on.
All you could see was their heads bobbing in the water. Have you ever seen them like that? So funny, don’t you think?