I always love that iconic picture of a surfer walking along the beach holding his surfboard, anticipating the next ride. The sun was so pretty on the water and this surfer as he walked along Coast Guard Beach.
When you think of Provincetown, you think of things that are fun and sometimes funky. We were taking a hike on Beech Forest Trail when we saw this little gnome sitting in the tree. How perfect for Provincetown! Just fun! (Click on blog link for other photo.)
And whoever put it there had a great imagination and picked the perfect tree. Have you seen this little gnome on the trail? Did it bring a smile to your face?
The kayaks are ready for their paddlers at Hemenway Landing on Cape Cod. They were so colorful, all lined up on the shore at Nauset Marsh. Perfect day for a paddle… and what a view!
With so many people kayaking Nauset Marsh in the summer, a place was needed a place to store their kayaks. In years past, people would tie their kayaks or canoes up on the shore in the grass. This year they will be able to store them on these new racks that have been put in for their use.
You can see that already a few people havetaken advantage of the racks. I’m sure in the next few weeks we will see them full as we’ve already seen many kayakers out on the marsh already.
We were taking a drive to Morris Island in Chatham yesterday when we passed a couple of vintage cars. They were really cool. Here is one of them.
Not bad, huh?
We’ve had so much fun with the AllTrails App. At first we followed many of the trails in our area and then we decided to try and make some of our own. (Click on blog for full photo.)
On the AllTrails App you can record a hike, name it, describe it, add photos and rate it. It has really been a lot of fun and very exciting! This hike we recorded at Nickerson State Park and named it Two Pond Roundabout. You can see at the bottom the distance, elevation gain and time.
This photograph was one of the little ponds we saw on our adventure. Such pretty reflections.