A delightful garden party to celebrate Wellfleet’s farmers’ market took place yesterday afternoon at Winslow’s Tavern.
Yesterday evening I attended a reading by Alysia Abbott at Preservation Hall, part of a new monthly series called “Inside The Pages.”
Before the summer ends, how about an appointment with Wellfleet’s new medium?
Above, Femke Rosenbaum and Luppi stand under a new banner, created to alert travelers to the risk posed by Pilgrim, across Cape Cod Bay.
Make sure you stop in at Harmon Gallery before you leave town.
Our guests have been loving the kettle ponds.
Uncle Tim’s Bridge is one of Wellfleet’s most iconic locations. Not surprising that the Parade photographer shot Meredith Vieira standing on the bridge.
My brother Nick and his wife decided to start writing a blog this summer.
Our cottage guests don't go out much. They love our garden.
It is serene in my garden but there was another car crash on Route 6 this morning.
I was having a conversation with our Green Room guest this morning, while she filled the water pitcher with filtered water.
Sirens all afternoon and into evening.
This is cool.
Lots going on over the next few days.
On Monday I wrote about going organic. (In the photo above, my granddaughter admires an organic butternut squash in our garden.)
For eight years my mantra has been EAT ORGANIC, EAT ORGANIC.
Is Wellfleet becoming too popular for its own good?