Spring is coming…slowly! We’ve had a few warm days and a few chillier ones. But, the Daffodils are starting to bloom and bring some vibrant color to the landscape.
Wishing you all a Happy Easter! May the Easter Bunny bring you lots of chocolate and may you find a few minutes to get outside and enjoy everything outside!
I’m always so surprised to see the seals at Nauset Marsh and away from the ocean. They never used to swim in toward the marsh but now they make their way quite far into Nauset Marsh and even up toward Town Cove. (Click blog link for other photo.)
We saw this guy on the sandbar by Nauset Spit. You can see the channel marker nearby showing the boats the channel deep enough to get out on the open water. He looks pretty content, don’t you think?
We have these two little Carolina Wrens who have been hanging out in our backyard all winter. They love to eat the Bluebird’s meal-worms and scurry about our deck and garden. Lately they have been waking us up each morning before dawn either chirping on our deck or singing away. It is so sweet and a good thing thing we are very early risers!
I took this photograph the other afternoon as this little guy was perched up on our outdoor shower singing to his heart’s content. It was just beautiful!
Sometimes when we’re walking along the beach, we see the most interesting little sand arts forms caused by wind, rain or the ocean water. This area looked like someone pick us little piles of sand and made little pyramids. Each one was only a couple of inches high. It was so pretty. (Click on blog link for other photo.)
So interesting, don’t you think?
This was such a pretty photograph of this surfer walking down Coast Guard Beach looking for that perfect wave the other morning.
I love how the sun shines on the water… such pretty colors. What do you think?
Every time we walk from Doane Rock to Coast Guard Beach, we see this post in the creek by salt marsh near the bridge. It’s been there a lot of years. I wonder what it is from?