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Chatham Light On Cape Cod Was Gorgeous!


Chatham Light is always a must when you visit Cape Cod. It is so beautiful as the flags wave in the wind. The waters across the way are where the USCG 36500 rescued the crew of the sinking Pendleton which had broken apart in rough, winter seas.

There are many lighthouses on Cape Cod, each one totally different. Next time you come to the Cape, see how many you can visit. You won’t be disappointed!

Awesome Gingerbread Train Village At The Chatham Bars Inn On Cape Cod!


If you want to see a really cool train exhibit made of Gingerbread Houses and replicating The Chatham Bars Inn, check out the front lobby at The Chatham Bars Inn. It is really amazing!

Each unique building is made of gingerbread. I was most impressed when I saw that the roofs were made of Necco wafers as I knew they were taken off the market recently due to decreased popularity. We used to love them growing up, especially the pink ones!

Pretty cool, don’t you think? You can even push the button and watch the train go around!

Family Time On Cape Cod At The Chatham Bars Inn!


It is so much fun when my son from California comes to visit for the holidays! It’s time to frequent our favorite restaurants and go beach-hopping! I think we walked on 6 beaches on this day from high tide at Nauset Beach, Coast Guard Beach and Nauset Light Beach to the low tide flats at Rock Harbor and Cape Cod Bay beaches. He’s always impressed when Coast Guard Beach is voted in the Top 10 Beaches in the USA.

This is a life-size Gingerbread House at the Chatham Bars Inn. It is so cool! Their Christmas decorations are just beautiful!

Chatham Lighthouse On Cape Cod


It is always fun to take a drive to Chatham during the holidays. The restaurants, stores and storefronts are so festive with holiday decorations. You can see their annual Christmas Tree decorating exhibit in Kate Gould Park as well as along Main St.

One of my favorite places to visit is Chatham Light. And this year it was especially beautiful with the blue sky in the background.

The first lighthouse on Cape Cod was erected in 1797 in Truro with a lighthouse in Chatham being approved by Congress in 1806. Chatham Light is needed because of the treacherous shoals and currents in the area. It’s a pretty fascinating story that you can read on the plaque if you visit the lighthouse or online. There were many different lighthouses before the present one stayed.