The boats are still there… at Rock Harbor in Orleans. The weather has been so warm that I’m sure they are still going out.
Pretty soon all of these slips will be empty and all you’ll see are the posts. Enjoy the fall and the beautiful weather while you can!
Rock Harbor is one of my stops along my bike route in the early morning. I love the peace and serenity of Cape Cod Bay that greet me at the end of the dock.
Just beautiful, don’t you think?
It was fun to watch the Double-crested Cormorants diving for food at Rock Harbor. There were quite a few of them and they were quite busy. They’d swim around bit and then dive way under. You never knew where they would surface, so you never knew where to focus your camera.
This guy was right next to the pier before he went looking for lunch. They should be around at least for another month before they head south and are really fun to watch.
The last of the vacationers were having a blast at Rock Harbor a few days ago at low tide. It was really low and they could walk out really far.
It seems like they can walk out for miles. I bet they’re really enjoying the last few days of vacation!
As I rode my bike to the Eastham side of Rock Harbor, the sun was coming up over the old fishing boats. I thought it was just spectacular. The sunrises have been amazing lately.
What do you think?
When you think of Rock Harbor, you always think of the channel and the iconic markers leading out to the bay.
I stopped at Rock Harbor the other day just for a minute nand the view from Rock Harbor…the other way… was spectacular! You can see the “rock” in the distance with Wellfleet way beyond. The 2 beach chairs belonged to a couple who were most certainly enjoying the gorgeous day!
Pretty, don’t you think?