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Cape Cod Rail Trail

Mike Hogan -

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 ]

The Best View On Cape Cod

Simon Hunton -

Let me start by saying thank you to John for being a wonderful guest, a friend and a great pilot and thank you for giving Annabelle a trip that she will never forget. John offered to take Annabelle or myself up in his two-seater plane for an aerial view of Cape Cod. As a devout… [ READ MORE ]

Where Is The Best Place To Stay On Cape Cod?

Simon Hunton -

Cape Cod & The Islands

Once the decision has been reached that this year’s vacation destination will be gorgeous Cape Cod there are three common misconceptions that should be recognized before deciding where on Cape Cod to lay your hat. – Misconception number 1: Cape Cod is a small beach community that you can get around by walking and by… [ READ MORE ]

Hurricane Sandy – A Cape Cod Escape

Simon Hunton -

Cape Cod was preparing for the worst and the stores were full of locals purchasing their storm supplies and essentials: Beer (hurricane or no hurricane this is Cape Cod in the off-season) Bottled Water (had to be sparkling if you lived in Chatham) Flash-light (in case you misplaced the beer) Batteries (price gouging at the… [ READ MORE ]

Cape Cod at Christmas

Simon Hunton -

Staying at a Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast over the Christmas holidays always has a special magic. The villages and inns sparkle with fairy lights, warming fires crackle in the inns’ hearths, mulled wine is copiously flowing and unique Christmas gift ideas are to be found at every turn. This December the wondrous sounds and… [ READ MORE ]