I was taking a walk the other day in Orleans on Cape Cod when I saw this pretty orange wildflower that looks like it is dried. It was so interesting and so vibrant in color.
Does anyone know what kind of wildflower it is? I will have to get some new wildflower, birds, wildlife, etc . books for the Cape Cod area. A new adventure…
Phil and I were invited to the annual 4 Chambers of Commerce get-together at Truro Vineyards last week. Business people from Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet and Eastham tasted some wine, ate delicious h’ors d’oeurves donated by some of the local restaurants and networked with each other.
What a great way to meet new people and see some old ones. We had a blast!
It was really low tide at Beach Meadows on Cape Cod. People were enjoying the huge beaches, while the sailboats were beached until the tide comes in again.
We recently moved from Estes Park, Colorado to Cape Cod. And we are lucky in that we arrived before they put the shovel to the dirt.
We are so excited to be back on the east coast and near the water and beaches and the grandkids!! 🙂
So I thought I’d post a few photographs of our new home as it goes up… so exciting!
There were fields and fields of Queen Anne’s Lace wildflowers everywhere as we went for a hike at Fort Hill in Eastham on Cape Cod. They are such a pretty and delicate white wildflower.
And then, as they go by, they shrivel up and turn almost inside out.
Have you ever seen Queen Anne’s Lace wildflowers?