Tag Archives: Cape Cod Beaches

The Big Blue Adirondack Chair Is Waiting For You In Provincetown!

The big blue Adirondack chair has been moved from its winter home by the Town Hall on Commercial Street back to its summer home on the beach. Love that view!

I had to add these “fun facts” that Linda commented on this morning:

“We had to get the footstool — otherwise it would have been hard to get in it,” [Tourism Director Tony Fuccillo] says.

“The chair was designed and constructed by a Canadian company and is made out of recycled soda bottles. It came unassembled and Dept. of Public Works employees helped put it together.”

Thank you, Linda! Very cool facts!

Lots Of Horseshoe Crabs Mating At Hemenway Landing On Cape Cod.

It’s mating season for the Horseshoe Crabs at Hemenway Landing. You could see a lot of them along the edge of the water. (Click on blog link for other photo.)

“The crabs live in the ocean year-round but come ashore like clockwork every year between the May and June full moons to mate and lay eggs.” The ones that I saw looked pretty old with lots of seaweed and barnacles growing on their shells.