This morning both our guests commented on the joy of having breakfast outside, at a table set with a real tablecloth.
The other day I found a surprise on my doorstep in the morning.
As some of you already know, we have decided to close our B&B in September, when our cottage will be rented year-round.
Another weekend, new activity options.
First thing in the morning, I pick fresh flowers for the guestrooms. (Some days I encounter marvelous butterflies like this one.)
I cannot remember a time when so much interesting real estate was available in town.
Another week of summer is over. Here's an update on this week's main events:
Last Wednesday I took a photo of these great veggies at the farmers' market, behind Preservation Hall.
Rarely do I recommend a book with the word “Awesome!” or “Fantastic!” or “Riveting!” and yet all three apply to my latest read, Jim Shepard’s The Book of Aron.
Lots of movement downtown this season.
One of the real joys of summer is showering outside.
It's a perfect day for the beach.
Every summer I am reminded of how much people love their pets.
The farmers' market opened at eight behind Prez. Hall and will run until noon.
Today, a few recommendations on books published in the past year by Wellfleetians or non-resident taxpayers.
One of the reasons people flock to Wellfleet in the summer is nature.
If you missed this year’s parade, don’t feel bad. Not as good as in the past.
My skin gets all prickly with excitement when I think about Wellfleet's annual Independence Day parade, one of the best events of the whole summer.
Taste of the Town at Preservation Hall was a big success. Let's do a check of other events which we can look forward to in the coming weeks ...