Summer on the Cape

Well hello there!  It’s been quite a few days since my last post; I don’t think I have gone this long without posting since I started blogging! I took a work and blogging break for my annual college roommates trip to Provincetown and Truro, and while I am simply exhausted now, I am energized and ready to get back into things.

There is no place in the world like Cape Cod. I’ve said it before, and it’s true, no matter where I live in the world, Provincetown and the Cape will always be places I come back to. While I get back into the swing of things, I leave you with a few photos of my favorite things on the Cape. Our weekend included lots of time in the gorgeous sun, lots of good food and wine, a brief trip in a kayak (where I lost my sunglasses and found them when they washed ashore the next day!), and of course, dancing. I can’t wait to do it again next year.

My top five favorite places in the world include Provincetown, Galway (Ireland), Sonoma, Boston, and Vienna. What are yours?

Truro

{Herring Cove Beach}

Provincetown

{Cape Code beach rocks}

island rose

{Island roses}

Cape Cod wildflowers

{Cape Cod wildflowers}

Truro

{Truro beaches}

wildflowers

{Cape Cod wildflowers}

lobster

{Lobster dinner}

Bloody Mary

{Bloody Marys on the beach}

wine

{Wine}

image

{Provincetown}

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Tags: Cape Cod, cocktails, Food, provincetown, Travel, Truro, wine

  1. Eric’s avatar

    I wish I could get away to somewhere like this – without work being on my mind while I was there. :) Your pictures are wonderful

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  2. Deb O'Day’s avatar

    Hey! So glad you had so much fun in Ptown! It’s one of my favorite places in the world too! Good Food, Good Friends, Good Wine & Drink and most of ALL Great Laughs! One of the perfect places to Chillax!

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  3. Michelle’s avatar

    It looks like you had the relaxing weekend you definitely deserved!

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  4. Daisy’s avatar

    These photos have me longing for a cape weekend, asap!! I adore Herring Cove and totally put the lower cape on my favorites list, along with Boston, Vermont, San Sebastian and Santorini!

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  5. Erica @ In and Around Town’s avatar

    Love the pictures, especially the one with the chair on the beach with the cocktail, read and waiting for you! P-Town and the ferry from Boston is just about one of the best trips! love it every time.

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  6. Raija’s avatar

    NB: I do believe those Bloody Mary’s are now called Bloody Meghan’s.

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  7. Megan’s avatar

    I think when we all suddenly have lots of money (ha ha), we should pool it and buy a house on the Cape. I absolutely love it there too. I cannot wait to go in July for my bachelorette party.

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  8. Michelle Collins’s avatar

    I visited the Cape for the first time this past November and absolutely loved it. I’d also kill to go back to Florence one day!

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  9. Emily @ A Cambridge Story’s avatar

    This must have been so relaxing – what a great weekend for it!

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  10. Molly Galler’s avatar

    I grew up vacationing every summer in Truro, so I totally feel you! I am actually going for a full week in mid-July. I may be counting the minutes . . .

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  11. Elizabeth’s avatar

    So pretty!! Oh man, my favorite places, off the top of my head: Tuscany, Paris, NY, Boston, Portland. All places I’ve eaten incredible food and had happy times.

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  12. Colleen @ Culinary Colleen’s avatar

    I’ve been itching to get to the cape as soon as the weather started getting warm…there and Maine! You just can’t beat New England in the summer.

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