It certainly looked just like summer at Rock Harbor yesterday. There were people everywhere…on the beach, in the water and on the boats. It felt like we jumped into summer in one day! (Click on blog link for other photo.)
So much fun to see all of the activity!
This was such a beautiful photograph of one of the docks at Rock Harbor. The grass is starting to turn green, and look at that magnificent sky! It doesn’t get much prettier!
It’s so nice to see the CG36500 back in the water at Rock Harbor, after much “sprucing up” in Chatham in the past few weeks.
The CG36500 has so much history. “Coast Guard Motor Lifeboat CG-36500 is a historic, 36-foot lifeboat that is berthed at Rock Harbor in Orleans, Massachusetts. Built in 1946, it is notable for its involvement in the 1952 SS Pendleton rescue, one of the most daring such events recorded in the history of the United States Coast Guard. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005, and now serves as a museum boat.”
This was such a gorgeous view at Rock Harbor the other morning. You can see that a few boats have been put in with this warmer weather. Beautiful sky, don’t you think?
The skies on the Cape have been gorgeous lately. This one over Rock Harbor was so pretty…