Whale Watching on Cape Cod: An Adventure of a Lifetime

We are lucky to live in an area of such incredible natural beauty. Cape Cod’s diverse ecosystem supports an abundance of exquisite flora and fauna, much of which is unique to our area. But perhaps nothing piques the curiosity of … Continue reading

Whale Watching on Cape Cod

In today’s Cape Cod Times newspaper, there was a photo of a whale swimming about a half mile off Race Point Beach in Provincetown yesterday afternoon, March 18, 2010. That marks one of the earliest sightings of whales returning to … Continue reading

Cape Cod Sunsets: In Pursuit of the “Green Flash”

View Great Sunsets On Cape Cod in a larger map When I was working on cruise ships, in a pre-innkeeping lifestyle, sailors would tell me stories of seeing the “green flash”, a phosphorescent burst of greenish hue that supposedly occurs … Continue reading

Cape Cod Clam Shacks

View 21 Favorite Cape Cod Clam Shacks in a larger map Rich and I had lunch at one of our favorite local restaurants the other day. It’s a cozy spot tucked back from the road just off Route 6A in … Continue reading

A Cape Cod Lighthouse Adventure

View Cape Cod Lighthouses in a larger map Last summer, Rich and I headed down Cape for a day of exploring, as we often do when guests are safely off on their own adventures. The day dawned bright blue with … Continue reading

Visit Cape Cod in Winter: Hummingbirds Do It

A recent photo on the cover of the Cape Cod Times featured a rare Allen’s hummingbird on a feeder at a home in Harwich Port. Though it is not unusual to spot a hummingbird on the Cape, it is a … Continue reading

Cape Cod: “The Happy Place in the World”

I have often wondered how to describe the magic that is Cape Cod to our guests. Some say it is something about the light that surrounds this beautiful peninsular. Others will comment on the vast expanse of marsh and dunes … Continue reading