It was so nice to see a new viewing platform at Nauset Beach where Liam’s Clam Shack stood before the series of Nor’Easters crept up to its foundation this past winter. The town demolished the restaurant 2 weeks ago and has been busy bringing in tons of sand to fill in the dunes. You can also see all of the beach grass that has been planted to help with dune erosion.
The parking lot is open. The beaches are accessible from either end and it looks like they are making lemonade out of lemons so that everyone can enjoy one of their favorite beaches, Nauset Beach, part of the National Seashore here on Cape Cod.
We have a little Red Squirrel who has been hanging around our yard for the past week or so. He is really cute. We’ve always had a lot of grey squirrels around but this is the first Red Squirrel that has stayed for a bit and he loves our bird bath!
Cute little guy, huh?
I love Cape Cod Bay at low tide! It is so much fun to walk way out on the flats when you know that, in another few hours, they will be covered by water. Sometimes I even plan my walks so I can get there at low tide.
I thought this was a really pretty photograph where you can see the flats and where the water recedes at low tide.
What do you think?
I was so surprised to see all of the destruction from the storm with high winds at Wiley Park. There were so many trees that had come down, either broken off half way up or totally uprooted and on its side. It was unbelievable.
These are just 2 of the many devastated trees along one of the trails, one broken off half way down and the other leaning over the trail. The numbers of trees that have been destroyed this past winter is just unbelievable. We have never seen anything like it!
The weather for Easter is for a sunny day with warmer temps which is a wonderful welcome here on Cape Cod. I loved this photograph of Nauset Marsh where you can Coast Guard Station in the background. The colors of the water and the sky were magnificent!
Wishing you all a Happy Easter and may you find a few minutes to enjoy a little bit of nature….maybe and outside Easter Egg hunt?? 🙂