From — Sunie Pope
This season is the loveliest all. Cape Cod finds it’s second wind as it reawakens to it’s locals. There is space on Cape Cod’s National Seashore beaches and on the bayside beaches as pictured in this blog. No lines at the restaurants, the creativity in artwork is rekindled, the transients transplant themselves elsewhere and the smell of fresh crisp salty air returns. It is quite a treat to live here year round. The extremes Cape Cod “travels” through on an annual basis is quite a wild ride for the land, locals, tourists and businesses alike.
I am a newbie on Cape Cod, although for a place like the Cape, that may not be entirely true. I have lived here for 1 full year and 2 winter seasons. What a treat it has been, living in the most beautiful place in the US. Having traveled throughout this country of ours, I believe the Cape offers the best quality of life around. We experience solitude, peace, the hustle and bustle of moving forward and beauty all in one.
For those of you who have never been to Cape Cod in the “off-season” your chance is now. It is a wonderful place to be for quiet-time; relaxation, long walks along the beach, peaceful drives on Rt 6A, biking along the practically private bike trail, exploring stunning artwork in our festive galleries, enjoying an evening of professional theater, indulging in fresh tender seafood, sitting by the bay listening to the gulls and waves and sharing your love for beautiful Cape Cod with so many friendly faces. A perfect Bed and Breakfast Getaway at the Captain Freeman Inn can make all of this happen!