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Cape Cod Rail Trail

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Cape Cod Rail Trail

Would you like a unique perspective of Cape Cod?  The Cape Cod Rail Trail is a phenomenal bike path that riders can take 22 miles over the Cape.  There are also side trips off the trail offering access to Nickerson State Park and the Cape Cod National Seashore.  We will take you through Nickerson State… [ READ MORE ]

Cape Cod Vacation Ideas, Provincetown

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Cape Cod Vacation Ideas Day Trip to Provincetown

Are you looking for Vacation Ideas for Cape Cod?  Like, what is the best day trip on Cape Cod?  Look no further…it’s Provincetown!  One of the best places to visit on the Cape.  Great people watching, beautiful scenery, foodie places abound (if you want to eat your way through P’Town), History, Pirates!, Artists, and pure… [ READ MORE ]

Cape Cod – Vacation Ideas, Kayaking

Mike Hogan -

There is a vacation idea that allows you to see Cape Cod in a way that not many visitors get to, due to a lack of awareness.  Did you know you can Kayak Cape Cod?  Sure you can kayak the Cape but, is it going to be an all day deal, are you going to… [ READ MORE ]

Under Cape Cod Waters – An Aquatic Impression

Simon Hunton -

Ethan Daniels’s mesmerizing new book “Under Cape Cod Waters” (Union Park Press) takes a photographic lens to the underwater world that lives symbiotically with and within the shifting landscapes of Cape Cod. The true essence of Cape Cod is inextricably bound to the waters that fill its ponds, rivers and marshes and unfurl in waves… [ READ MORE ]

A Cape Cod Thanksgiving

Simon Hunton -

Last week Annabelle and I celebrated our first Thanksgiving on Cape Cod, a mere 20 minutes from the original Plymouth MA site. The Pilgrims sailing on The Mayflower arrived in Plymouth in 1620 and faced a devastatingly harsh first winter that resulted in almost half of them perishing. When the harvest of the following year… [ READ MORE ]