We spent our first day on the Cape relaxing on the sand. Shell Point beach is just steps away from the little cottage we will be calling home this week. It’s quiet here with many spread out happy families. Boston accents float around us on the gentle breeze, and hermit crabs scuttle past our toes. The water is much warmer than what we were told to expect of the Atlantic; maybe because we are cold-water hardened Canadians, or maybe because of the shelter of the Bay. In any case the Sun has been warm and darkening our skin while the salt tames the frizz in my hair.
Tonight we are going to cook a simple meal and wander the village, check out the shops and the band-stand. Tomorrow we have a big day in Provincetown (or P-town as the locals call it) planed. Wish you were here!