Postcards from a few days on Cape Cod.
Hi sweet readers. I hope this first week of August finds you soaking up the sunshine, going barefoot whenever possible and enjoying the last of our beautiful late sunsets… We have one month to go, and I, for one plan to make it the most of it!
I was in Cape Cod for a few days… Is there nothing more quintessentially summer than East Coast beach towns?
Here are just a few snaps.
Spotting this color burst was like that feeling you got when you were a kid and you opened a box of crayons for the first time.
I was intrigued by the simple design of the front of this building and the modern take on a traditional Cape Cod structure. The barn door covering the glass doors in particular. Since it's the office of an architect, I naturally had to check out her work…omg…
I heart nooks! What a yummy spot to curl up in for a nap or with a good book.
The above 6 photos are from the portfolio of architect Jill Neibauer. For more info and images click here.
This house is in Provincetown and while I was taking these two photos, a local explained to me that there were five fire stations built like this around town. They have all been sold and converted to homes. I saw a few more as we were leaving, but this one with the fire truck space converted to a porch was my fav.
This post could also be called 'Hydrangeas and Blue Doors' but that's kind of boring.
I wish I had taken pictures of the lobster rolls we shared at The Canteen. There are two varieties – cold with mayo and celery and hot with warm butter on toasted bread an inch thick. Best. Sandwich. Ever. Or as they say there 'Evah'. Here are some from their website.
The clam chowder was delicious too.