Cape Cod Life

August 4, 2016

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{Disclaimer: Ice Cream and many pictures ahead.}

I’m not sure what I expected before going to Cape Cod. Having never been to the New England area, I figured Cape Cod would be a little more rustic rather than the bustling, exciting place it actually is! Each town is connected in some way, and people are constantly going between towns on the Cape.

The Cape is cheerful, friendly, colorful, and oh so picturesque.

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We stayed in Harwich, MA, and spent our days running around to different places on the Cape, spending time on the beach, eating seafood and exploring the towns.

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Lighthouses dotted the seascape, surrounded by beautiful beaches!

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The best part about this scenery was catching up with dear friends Jenny and Kadie. Jenny is a terrific photographer! I’d highly recommend her!

Both ladies are genuine and so much fun to be around, so naturally the laughter was endless on our trip.

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We were definitely craving seafood all week while we were there and even had a homemade lobster meal from a family member–so good!

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Of course, the Cape was Hydrangea Heaven.

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And let’s not forget Cape Cod Bay! At low tide, you can walk for miles out in to the Bay.

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The National Seashore runs along the Eastern side of the Cape.

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And in the evening, we journeyed out on “our beach” in HarwichPort.

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With the soundtrack of “Hamilton” playing in the background, our trip was marked by sunshine, laughter, and so many new sights.

Of course, there was lots of ice cream involved…

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Your turn! Have you been to Cape Cod? If so, what were your favorite places to visit?

-Caitlin

 

 

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