The rain stayed away and the blue skies remained in Harwich & Chatham. The wind however did show up and gusted at 65 mph so the surf got interesting and trees came down. Being Brits we decided it was time to put the kettle on and have a cup of tea!
The blue skies above the waters and beaches of Cape Cod near to our Cape Cod Inn, The Platinum Pebble, are filled with a rich variety of local and migratory birds that shift with the seasons to include ospreys, herons, oyster-catchers, orioles, cormorants, sandpipers, coots, plovers, chickadees, hawks and more. But come summer two recent,… [ READ MORE ]
December sauntered onto the Cape beguiling us with unusually mild weather and smiling down on the Christmas Stroll festivities in Harwich (Dec 3rd – Dec 5th). How easy to be tricked into thinking that maybe this winter could pass with an endless procession of similarly sun-filled days. I don’t think so. December’s true face will… [ READ MORE ]
Hurricane Earl blew up the East Coast as a fitting exclamation mark to end what has been a glorious and very Caribbean-like summer here on Cape Cod. Hazy blue-skies were the norm, and temperatures fluctuated between 80ºF and 90ºF in the welcome sea breezes that propelled the never-ending flotilla of yachts that bobbed across Nantucket… [ READ MORE ]