It’s starting to get busy at Wellfleet Harbor as you can see more boats in the water and at the docks.
Such pretty colors, don’t you think?
The picnic tables are out and the umbrellas are up at Mac’s on the Pier…. waiting for all of those hungry people to fill up those seats.
The picnic tables are open to the public so anyone with a picnic is able to sit and enjoy the ambience and the spectacular view of Wellfleet Harbor. You can even see Jeremy Point way in the distance.
Have you ever had a picnic at Wellfleet Harbor? The views don’t get much better!
This was such a low tide at Uncle Tim’s Bridge in Wellfleet.
“Uncle Tim’s Bridge was established in 1783, when it was first named ” The New Bridge”. Uncle Tim’s Bridge crosses Duck Creek and connects Hamblen Island to the central village of Wellfleet. In the 1800s Timothy E. Daniels, known as Uncle Tim, had a retail shop located right across from the bridge which bears his name to this day. Uncle Tim’s Bridge is listed on the State Historic Register.”
There is a small parking lot nearby so you can take the .5 mile walk out to the island for some spectacular views.