Monday, October 30, 2023

September's Escape to the Cape

 Now that the divorce is finally done and I've downsized and moved and John is away at college, I've decided that I'm going to start trying to spend more time at the Cape house each month. I want to use it (since I didn't lose it 😜), and it's good for me to go to a peaceful place that I love where I have happy memories from the time when the boys were young. I go when Sam is with his dad for a couple of days. I bring my editing work with me and get other things done at the house. And it's free! And freeing, too. So far, it's been working out well, and I continue to look forward to my increasingly common "Cape escapes."

One of my favorite walks on the Cape leads out to the seashore of Cape Cod Bay.

The land here reminds me of the moors of England (not that I've seen them--YET--in person).

On another morning, I walked down the street to the beach where we have the shoreline of Nantucket Sound (which is the opposite southern side of the Cape from the above-mentioned Cape Cod Bay).  

At the end of the rock jetty

I took a different route home and was impressed by some of the pretty houses.

Until next time!