The sunset on September 11th on Cape Cod Bay was spectacular! I had just sat to read my book when I looked out the window and saw some interesting colors in the sky.
I quickly jumped in the car and drove down to the beach on Cape Cod Bay and the sunset was breathtaking!
It doesn’t get much prettier, do you think?
Rock Harbor Beach in Orleans on Cape Cod was packed the other day when the temperature was well in the 80s. Everyone was looking for a little respite from the heat by enjoying some time at the beach.
You can see why the boats can enter and exit Rock Harbor in Orleans on Cape Cod only before or after high tide. Otherwise, they could get stuck in Cape Cod Bay or in the harbor for many hours waiting for the tide to change.
You can see the “buoy trees” which mark the channel into the harbor sitting on top of the sand. It is dead low tide. No boats will be going in for quite a while.
And at low tide, you can walk out it seems for mile. Have you ever been to Cape Cod Bay at low tide?
The clouds were just spectacular at Boat Meadow here on Cape Cod the other evening. It was dead low tide, so the boats were resting on the sand.
I thought it was a stunning view, what do you think?
It’s been so warm lately I seem to be taking a walk after dinner… and I usually end up at Boat Meadow on Cape Cod Bay. I can’t think of a place I’d rather be. It’s always so gorgeous! Each time is unique unto itself with high tide or low tide or changing tide, sunny or cloudy, windy or calm, etc.
This evening was just gorgeous as the tides were going out and the clouds in the sky were spectacular!