Travel

Cape Cod Visual Diary 2

The homes in Chatham are lovely! Imagine reading a book and sipping a cup of tea or coffee on this lovely verandah.
All houses on Cape Cod look similar to this … charming in all shades of grey.
This birdie must be an introvert. He seemed quite happy here by himself.
Had lunch at the Chatham Squire (popular with the locals, I was told.) I had a lobster bisque (so-so), while my friend had the New England Smoke Fish Plate (good).
How “Happy Days” is this?
The sun will set in about 20 minutes … the best light of the day!
We got to the Pier in time for sunset and to admire the seals. They came here every evening when the fishing boats pulled in after a day at sea. It’s a big feast for the seals.
Dear Mr. Seal … you reminded me of Max!
Not sure why I love this so much. I spent quite some time here taking photos of this fish market. People must have thought I was strange.
Almost every evening, we stopped by this local grocery store to pick up food or snacks or toiletries. It’s a ritual I came to love.
Max seemed to like the rental cottage. He’s quite at home here. Guess that’s a good sign!
While in Chatham, we watched The Finest Hours, a movie based on a true Coast Guard rescue story that happened here in Chatham. The movie was also shot here in town … possibly right here at the Chatham Lighthouse. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, I recommend it … totally!
Another great bookshop in Chatham, Where The Sidewalk Ends.

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