Two days ago I posted a photograph of Daffodils blooming on the Cape in January and yesterday we woke up to snow. Fort Hill was so pretty, don’t you think? Only in New England… as As Mark Twain said, “If you don’t like New England weather, wait a few minutes.”
I’ve seen many volunteers working very hard at Fort Hill the past couple of weeks. They’ve done a wonderful job cleaning up all of the old stone walls. You can see some of them in the photos. (Click on blog link for other photo.)
Thanks to everyone who volunteers their time and energy to make this happen. We are so lucky to have such a gorgeous place nearby to enjoy!
We were taking a ride yesterday morning when I saw this flash of yellow by the side of the road. I told Phil to turn around so I could see what it was. Oh my! The Daffodils are already blooming in someone’s yard… in January!! Unbelievable!
I took a walk on Nauset Beach the other day at somewhat low tide and I was amazed at how huge the beach looked! It will be interesting to watch it through the winter and spring and see how the beach changes.
The Red Maple Swamp Trail at Fort Hill is beautiful any time of the year. With all of the rain that we’ve had the past few weeks, the water is pretty high around the boardwalk making for some really pretty reflections. Have you hiked there recently?