Cape Cod & New England

Cape Cod, often referred to locally as simply the Cape, is a cape in the easternmost portion of the state of Massachusetts, in the Northeastern United States. New England is a region in the northeastern corner of the United States consisting of the six states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. 5.0/5

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lol nah take it from a New England brat...Cape Cod severely overrated
I wonder if Kevin Harlan thinks the entire coast of New England is just called Cape Cod?
Beautiful sunset tonight on Cape Cod...yes we will have a spring in New England
The storm is now located east of Cape Cod, heavy snow & blizzard conditions for coastal New England today.
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More than 400 sea turtles have stranded along north-shore beaches on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and are in need of transport to aquariums where they can be cared for. Several kinds of migratory turtles, which spend the summer in New England waters but head south in winter, have been driven ashore by a sudden drop in water temperature and strong onshore winds. Leslie Weinstein is coordinating the aviation effort, working with state and federal officials to secure transport from the Air National Guard, and also working with Pilots N Paws and other volunteer groups to solicit help from general aviation pilots. (Click link to read more from this article: Pilot Jeff Bennett's Narrative About The Turtle Rescue "On Saturday prior to departing on our last transport we were made aware of an emergency situation involving Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtles that had been cold shocked up in New England. The Coast Guard was going to be flying about 190 of these turtles to Orlando, Florida on Tuesday and the turtles required trans ...
Thirty-one sea turtles were flown to South Carolina from New England over the weekend, as rescue efforts in Cape Cod and elsewhere have become overwhelmed.
"Endangered Sea Turtles Need Pilots, Planes There is an immediate need to fly sea turtles that have stranded themselves on the East Coast. They need to be flown to rescue facilities in the southeast. The endangered turtles are experiencing a "state of emergency" due to recent cold temperatures and strong onshore winds in the northeast. More than 150 endangered sea turtles were stranded on Cape Cod alone, and many are suffering from hypothermia. The non-profit New England Aquarium is working to stabilize as many sea turtles as possible but lacks resources to house this unprecedented number. There is immediate need to fly sea turtles to other facilities, including the Georgia Sea Turtle Center, the South Carolina Aquarium, and to other facilities in Florida and North Carolina. We are appealing to all pilots and aircraft owners for help. If you are able to help with this transport please contact me. I am a member of the Archie Carr Center for Sea Turtle Research through the University of Florida Development ...
Yeah, the Browns win and what a great welcome home it was for us! We have been on a 10 day, 9 night trip to New England and what a week we had. Started out last Friday and drove to Middletown, NY for the night. Saturday we drove to Manchester, CT and had a wonderful afternoon with Sal Milazzo and Marylynn. Craig hadn't met them yet and I haven't seen them in 8 years. We left there and headed to Mashpee, MA on South Cape Cod to a condo for the week. Using this as our home base we did so much sightseeing. Everyday the weather was picture perfect, mid60's to mid 70's. Sunday it was a drive to Provincetown, MA where Craig had his first lobster roll sandwich. Monday we drove to Boston and did a trolley tour around town. Tuesday had us in Salem to the house of 7 gabels then on to Sandwich,Ma to the glass museum and dinner at Dan'l Webster Inn. Wednesday we went up to Rhode Island and saw The Breakers Mansion and Rosecliff Mansion. Thursday was a very long day as we drove up the scenic route to Ver ...
The Cape Cod Community College (C) will launch new accelerated pathways for jobs in the aviation industry through unique partnerships with 15 statewide and regional employers including the US Coast Guard, Camp Edwards Army National Guard, two industry associations, and the MA Department of Workforce Development. These partnerships will make C one of only six community colleges in the nation and the only community college in the eastern New England region to offer accelerated Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) airframe and power plant (A&P) certification. The Massachusetts Credentials and Careers in Aviation (MCCA) program has worked with JetBlue, Delta, Cape Air, and Island Air, among others, to develop the airframe and power plant certificate modules. This approach will prepare unemployed and underemployed individuals in only 12 months instead of the traditional 24. Through hands-on learning and a guaranteed internship with an employer partner, students will be trained to become Aviation Maintenance T ...
Soggy Northeast and Northwest Sep .25, 2014 Northeast | - Low pressure moves from the Del-Mar-Va coast Thursday morning to off the coast of Cape Cod Friday morning. - An area of rain, some locally heavy, falls from northern Virginia to Southern New England during the day Thursday. - The rain should taper off from northern Virginia to southeast New York Thursday afternoon. - Rain continues across Southern New England Thursday evening then ends from west to east after midnight. - Northeast winds 15 to 25 mph are likely from coastal New Jersey to Cape Cod through Thursday night before they slowly diminish Friday. - Minor coastal flooding is possible on Long Island and New Jersey into the afternoon. - Rough surf and an elevated risk of rip currents occurs from New Jersey to Cape Cod. - Clouds and rain keep temperatures cool with highs in the upper 50s to lower 60s from New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania to Southern New England. - Highs reach the middle 60s from northern Virginia in an arc to central New Engl ...
Here is what we accomplished, week ending 8/3/14 1. The expanded search area has now been posted with flyers on key roads and major intersections. This expansion should be complete by the end of today (8/3/14). Additional posting will be done as needed. 2. Phone outreach to include: all area vets, shelters, groomers, ACOs, training schools, DPW, town police, trash haulers, etc. The process of one-to-one phone calls will continue with a weekly reminder that we are still looking for Bond. 3. Internet Lost Dog sites have been watched daily. We had a possible sighting of Bond on one such site by a NY volunteer. She forwarded the photo to us and continued talking with the poster. After several conversations we have determined that the dog posted, although similar, was not Bond. Craigslist and eBay Classifieds have been reposted and expanded to now include all of New England, Albany, NY, Hudson Valley, NY, northeastern CT and Hartford, CT areas. 4. All possible "sightings" were investigated promptly and followe ...
Every summer, CCWC hosts the Young Writers Workshop, a creative writing program for students ages 12-18 from the schools of Cape Cod and Southern New England, during the week of our Annual Conferen...
Glad this missed us! NAGS HEAD N.C. (Reuters) – A weakened but fast-moving Hurricane Arthur swept into Southern New England on Friday night, wielding tropical storm-force winds, after an earlier landfall in North Carolina that caused only slight damage. The Massachusetts summer resort areas of Nantucket and Cape Cod, popular destinations for visitors [...] Click here to view original web page at www.reuters.com
TOUR 2 - NEW ENGLAND AUTUMN FOLIAGE ESCORTED TOUR SAVE UP TO $250 PER COUPLE NEW ENGLAND & CAPE COD 2014 8 Days · 12 Meals Featuring the Back Roads of Vermont and Martha's Vineyard. There is nothing quite like autumn in New England, with its kaleidoscope of glorious colors, continually changing in a blaze of glory. Witness the beauty and charm of five New England states and quaint Cape Cod. HIGHLIGHTS ● 12 Meals (4 dinners, 1 lunch and 7 breakfasts) ● Round trip airport transfers ● Sightseeing tour of Boston with a local guide including the Freedom Trail and Boston Common ● See Plymouth Rock, where our forefathers landed on American Soil ● Feast on a delicious lobster dinner with all the fixins’ on Cape Cod ● Ferry to the resort island of Martha’s Vineyard and see the gingerbread cottages on a guided tour ● Tour the Vanderbilt’s Breakers Mansion and enjoy lunch in Newport, Rhode Island ● Travel the back roads of Vermont through the picturesque mountain villages of Weston and Woodsto ...
A distinctive Cape Cod boutique hotel, The Captain's House Inn of Chatham offers discounts and packages for romantic getaways and New England vacations.
I see that my niece, Ashlyn Monroe, is on Cape Cod. I long for the ocean breeze, the New England cottages, Nauset Beach, deep sea fishing.The Christmas Tree Shop, whale watching, Cuffy's gift shop, the Hearth and Kettle. Oh the memories. My heart belongs on the Cape. Someday.someday soon!!
AUNE faculty and students doing important research - read about it. Congrats Rachel, Erica and Jodie on the publication! Molluscan Community Recovery in a New England Back-Barrier Salt Marsh Lagoon 10 Years after Partial Restoration R.K. Thiet, E. Kidd, J. Wennemer, and S.M. Smith Like many Eastern US salt marshes, East Harbor salt marsh lagoon on Cape Cod was isolated from tidal flow in the 1800s, resulting in near-freshwater conditions and loss of native salt marsh species. After its partial restoration in 2002, a variety of marine and estuarine fauna recolonized East Harbor, and soft shell clam (Mya arenaria) recolonization was particularly prolific. The goal of our study was to evaluate molluscan community composition, density, and distribution at regular intervals for 10 years following restoration, and to relate molluscan community recovery to various physical properties at the site. In 2007, 2008, and 2011, we sampled mollusks at several points across East Harbor, and we also recorded water salini ...
Snow swirls up East Coast, leaving a bitter trail BOSTON (AP) - Snow blowers whirred and shovels scraped across sidewalks as the Northeast tried to keep up with a winter storm that swirled up the coast, creating blizzard conditions on Cape Cod, disrupting government work in Washington and leaving behind it bitter Canadian cold that sapped fuel supplies. The huge storm stretched from Kentucky to New England but hit hardest along the heavily populated Interstate 95 corridor between Philadelphia and Boston. Snow began falling midmorning Tuesday in Philadelphia and had dumped as much as 13.5 inches by midnight, with New York seeing almost as much. Manalapan, N.J., had the highest snowfall reading with 16 inches. The storm, which dropped nearly a foot of snow in parts of Massachusetts, promised to create headaches for motorists in Boston on Wednesday morning. Commuters in Philadelphia and New York had packed early trains or spent hours inching along roads in swirling darkness to get home the night before. The ...
The fun begins as we digest all the latest information with tomorrow nights snowstorm. Still looks like a major nor'easter for areas in Southern New England near Boston and Cape Cod. We still miss the brunt of the storm but get a decent swath of snow. We will have our updated snowfall maps coming up today at 4. We don't get a ton of moisture, but the air will be so cold that the snow ratio will be very high, meaning you can get more snow because it is so light and fluffy it adds up quicker. Happy New Year and see you soon
From Kelly Bates: We are watching for the development coastal storm for Thursday and Friday. In the meantime, a cold front will bring increasing clouds today. It will be a bit breezy and chilly and the resulting wind chills this morning will be in the single digits. Highs today will be in the upper-20s. The cold front will bring in cold air that will ensure the coastal storm precipitation will be all snow. The snow will likely begin pre-dawn Thursday and will be periodic through the day. In fact, for a time Thursday, we could see a dry-slot open up south of the Mass Pike which includes RI and CT which would limit snowfall amounts. As of this morning, I’d plan on a general 1-3” through the day Thursday. The storm really gets cooking Thursday night into early Friday. This is when we will see periods of heavy snow, a very gusty wind, and possible white-out/ blizzard conditions particularly the farther east you go like Eastern Plymouth County and Cape Cod. A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for late ton ...
Vampire Weekend — Bassist Chris Baio explains: "The name came from Ezra Koenig, our singer. It was in between freshman and sophomore years of college —he was home for the summer, and had seen The Lost Boys. He wanted to make his own, East Coast, New England version of Lost Boys. For two days he filmed this movie called Vampire Weekend about this guy named Walcott whose dad gets killed by vampires, and he travels up to Cape Cod to warn the mayor of Cape Cod that vampires are attacking the country. He only made it for two days, and then sort of forgot about it for a while. And, then, two-and-a-half years later, during his senior year, he sort of unearthed the footage for it, and made it into a two minute trailer. And that was about a month before the band got together; so when the band came together, we sort of took it and not over-think it. That, and the song 'Walcott' are the only connection to that movie.
* ALERT NORTHERN East Coast and NEW ENGLAND REGIONS* DECEMBER 29th/30th. Well here we are again, analyzing and attempting to forecast yet another storm system in the beginning of the 2013-'14 Winter season. Our moderately active weather pattern is producing storms generally at about every 6 to 7 day cycles now; probably noteworthy in the beginning of 2014 as well. This next storm system is not so easy to determine the Winter aspects this time. There are 2 major factors contributing to the potential outcomes by Monday: a huge cold air mass. and a Gulf Low riding up into Cape Cod with rain. The latter of these 2 ingredients is expected to dominate through most of this storm system as it influences the Northeast. The good news is a welcome warming trend will precede the storm in the upper mid-Atlantic and parts of New England. Today we see the origins beginning in the western Gulf now (photo as Low pressure starts to develop. This Low is expected to track up through the Panhandle of Florida and head to the D ...
1. Longmeadow An upper-middle class preppy, country clubbing, New England town outside of Springfield, MA. Longmeadow is competitive, but not snobby. In Longmeadow, pee-wee lacrosse is more important than pee-wee soccer. Longmeadow parents drive BMW's, Audi's and Mercedes. Longmeadow families vacation in Vermont, Cape Cod and Nantucket. Longmeadow youth epitomize the preppy deadhead style, whereby a ripped bleached out polo shirt is fine, as long as the collar is worn up. LL Bean Bulcher mocs, or worn out penny loafers are a good look. Messy hair and boxer shorts tie in to the casual preppy look. Labels are very important. J.C. Penny knock offs are grounds for school bullying. Longmeadow's public schools are more like private prep schools. Longmeadow is sarcastically referred to as "the ghetto". Longmeadow kids grow up with a strong motivation for material success. Longmeadow is not to be confused with East Longmeadow. It is not uncommon to find a new Porsche in the L.H.S. student parking lot. There is on ...
Published in WellWed Magazine! We're excited to share that we've been published in WellWed magazine issue Cape Cod & Islands. This was an amazing experience with some of the industries top professionals and we couldn't be happier how things turned out. The editorial was a collaborative concept of "Farm to Table" with Beth & Colleen from Lovely Day Styling and Events. The location was Barberry Hill Farm in Madison, Connecticut. The farm offered the perfect blend of rustic New England scenery that included some curious sheep & pesky chickens. Our models embraced the concept and were absolutely stunning. To say this shoot was anything short of amazing would be a crime. I can't wait to work with all of these professionals again :) The "With Love" page features one of our favorite couples in the world, Stephanie & Ryan. They were married on a sweltering hot June day at the Eloia Mansion at Harkness State Park in Waterford, Connecticut. When I say sweltering, I want you to imagine 105 degrees without a breeze, ...
Today in Weather History 27 November 1701 Anders Celsius, the astronomer who invented the Celsius, often called the centigrade thermometer scale was born on this date. 27 November 1883 󾀺 Fire engines were called out in New York City & New Haven, CT as a result of the afterglow of the sunset due to vivid red ash from the Krakatoa Volcano explosion in August. 27 November 1898 󾭝 The "Portland Storm” raged across New England producing gale force winds along the coast & heavy snow inland. 27" of snow fell at New London, CT & a foot blanketed Boston, MA. Winds at Block Island, RI gusted to 98 mph while Boston, MA gusted to 72 mph. A passenger ship, the S. S. Portland, sank off Cape Cod with the loss of all 191 people aboard, & Boston Harbor was filled with wrecked ships. The storm wrecked 56 vessels resulting in a total of 456 fatalities. 27 November 1912 ⛄The only recorded November occurrence of snow to fall in northern Florida occurred as traces of snow were reported in Blountstown, Tallahassee, & . ...
Come out to enjoy the sounds of Jim Plunkett. He has been performing in the New England area for decades from Cape Cod to Boston and many surrounding towns. Jim will have you singing some of your favorite hits and his DJ will get you to dance. Please check out his website at www.jimplunkettmusic.co...
Introducing my kids to Cape Cod and the rest of New England this week.
DJ'ing my 2nd wedding of the weekend. Last night I was at a 100 year old barn...the same venue where I performed last year on an episode of TLC's FOUR WEDDINGS!! Today, I'm on the ocean in Gloucester! Wedding season is here. Trust your special day to ProMusic Productions - "New England's Professional Wedding DJ Service." And for those of you on the South Shore or Cape and Islands, check out Cape Tunes...Cape Cod's Wedding DJ's!
Bummer kind of.I tried to hitch up my car today to take my scooter to Cape Cod next week BUT It wont work cause my scooter hauler will bottom out if i drive over any dips. It would only be a inch or two off the ground To rent truck for the trip is not in the budget.So.Would it be CRAZY to ride my 200cc Vespa to Cape Cod? I could im tagged up!! and i have side roads to travel!! What do you think? Im STILL going to New England next week(leaving next Saturday) BUT The Thought of leaving my Vespa behind is heart breaking. im such a silly man...BUT Im a DAM GOOD MAN!! :)
New Bedford Massachusetts Before the 17th century, the Wampanoags, who had settlements throughout southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island, including Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, were the only inhabitants of the lands along the Acushnet River. Their population is believed to have been about 12,000. While exploring New England, Bartholomew Gosnold landed on Cuttyhunk island on May 15, 1602. From there, he explored Cape Cod and the neighboring areas, including present-day New Bedford. However, rather than settle the area, he returned to England at the request of his crew. Europeans first settled New Bedford in 1652. Plymouth Colony settlers purchased the land from chief Massasoit of the Wampanoag tribe. Whether the transfer of the land was legitimately done has been the subject of intense controversy. Like other native tribes, the Wampanoags did not share the settlers' concepts of private property. The tribe may have believed they were granting usage rights to the land, not giving it up permanently. ...
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Named one of the 10 best beaches for families I have never even heard of it..have you?? Skaket Beach - Orleans, Mass. Located in the town of Orleans on Cape Cod, Skaket Beach is quintessential New England at its best. The beach is flat, making it perfect for families with small children. Because of its bayside location, it's also noticeably warmer than other beaches. Kids love the tide pools during low tide. There's plenty of parking, though we recommend you arrive early in the day to claim a spot. There's also a snack stand, restrooms with showers and lifeguards on duty. Perhaps the best part about Skaket Beach, however, is its sunsets. Many people head to Skaket just to relax as the sun gracefully descends over the water. Within Orleans, there are plenty of options for accommodations. Skaket Beach Motel is just a few minutes from the beach, as is A Little Inn on Pleasant Bay, which also has a private beach of its own. If you're looking for things to do in Orleans, check out the Orleans Bowling Center, C ...
Bought some live Maine lobsters by the roadside today trucked down from the docks in Bar Harbor. I haven't seen boxes of lobsters covered in seaweed since we moved down here. Then I watched The Perfect Storm. I miss New England today. Can't wait to be on Cape Cod in two weeks...
My Dad, Ted Russell, was an art school graduate (along with my Mom) and he made a living as a commercial artist in N.Y.C. On vacations to Cape Cod and New England he would produce the most beautiful water colors...many of which are displayed on the walls of my room...and how I love those water colors !!!
..Coastal Low will bring more heavy rainfall across much of Southern New England. Strong winds will be possible in coastal locations as well.A Flood Watch is in effect from 8 AM Thursday through Saturday Morning for the entire NWS Taunton Coverage Area except for Cape Cod and the Islands.Stron...
A Great Donut in New England - by Mike Marks June 12, 2013 - Last Saturday I drove up to St. Albans Vermont to see some alpaca being sheared and meet the people who may be supplying the fiber and making the yarn for our 2nd edition beanies. It's 330 miles one way from Cape Cod. Leaving at 2:30 in the morning, my stomach was grumbling by 5:45. I pulled off Highway 89 into White River Junction looking for breakfast. On Main Street I came across the Polka Dot restaurant...
NEWS:IF YOU WAND TO KNOW SOMETHING JST RQST ME. New York (AP) — Soaking rains that spawned numerous flood warnings pushed some streams and creeks over their banks throughout the Northeast, yet the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season sped up the Eastern Seaboard without causing major damage. Andrea was centered west of Cape Cod on Saturday Morning, with winds of 45 mph, and flood warnings were in effect for parts of New England. The storm was expected to reach Canadian waters by Sunday. After bringing rain, strong winds and tornadoes to Florida, Andrea lost most of its tropical characteristics late Friday into Saturday. The storm was packing winds that gusted between 20 to 30 mph, and officials warned of near gale force from New Jersey to Canada through Sunday. Andrea brought record rainfall for the date to Pennsylvania and shattered a century-old record in Philadelphia. The storm dumped 3.5 inches of rain at Philadelphia International Airport, eclipsing the previous June 7 record of 1.79 ...
Karen Huddleston visits Newport Rhode Island and the New England area
Deb and I are in New England. Spent time yesterday and this morning with Deb's brother and wife, Duane and Jan who live just northwest of NewYork city. Had a wonderful time. So good to see them. Now in Cape Cod. Had amazing Clam Chowder, lobster brisk and spinach salad (hers with blue cheese, mine with goat cheese. Then to beach, looking over amazing Cape Cod homes and back to base, a very Cape Cod condo in center of the cape. Much to see and do. Peace to all family and friends.
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Founded in 1818 and based in Boston, Eastern Bank is the largest independent and mutually owned bank in New England, with $8 billion in assets and more than 90 branches serving communities from the Merrimack Valley to Cape Cod. Eastern Bank offers banking, investments and insurance all under one...
The audio-book version of That Old Cape Magic by Richard Russo is available for free loan from the Library for the Blind or for free download from BARD as DB 69582. "Griffin has been tooling around for nearly a year with his father's ashes in the trunk, but his mother is very much alive and not shy about calling on his cell phone. She does so as he drives down to Cape Cod, where he and his wife, Joy, will celebrate the marriage of their daughter Laura's best friend. For Griffin this is akin to driving into the past, since he took his childhood summer vacations here, his parents' respite from the hated Midwest. And the Cape is where he and Joy honeymooned, in the course of which they drafted the Great Truro Accord, a plan for their lives together that's now thirty years old and has largely come true. He'd left screenwriting and Los Angeles behind for the sort of New England college his snobby academic parents had always aspired to in vain; they'd moved into an old house full of character; and they'd starte ...
2013 road trip in the books...All of New England...1883 miles and had a blast...White mountains in New Hampshire, Acadia National Park and Cadillac mountain in Maine, Boston, Newport mansion tour and Cape Cod...Great time, happy to be home, pick up the pups tomorrow from the kennel and can't wait...To my 'game' friends I'm back...If you've never been, GO!
Hey Cape Codders! Nothing to do on this rainy Cape Cod day? Why not clean out those cabinets and drawers and put some unwanted items to good use. Several businesses around the Cape are collecting canned goods, batteries, cleaning supplies, baby wipes and sunscreen to be sent to the victims of the Oklahoma tornado that killed 24 people last week. Lets show the Great Plains region some New England support! (NE-4)
We are playing Cape Cod this summer! Anyone who wants an insanely cool weekend getaway in coastal New England click:
Someone take me to Cape Cod so I can get all this New England out of my system before I graduate.
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That and New England places like Kennebunkport, Maine and Cape Cod, where I grew up. I need an ocean to be impressed.
Winter Storm Watch Urgent - Winter Weather Message National Weather Service (Taunton, Mass. office) 4:54 am EST, Wednesday, March 6, 2013 Winter Storm Watch in Effect from Late Wednesday Night Through Friday Morning; an Ocean Storm Will Bring the Potential for Heavy Wet Snow and Strong Winds Thursday into Friday. A strong ocean storm will slowly pass well southeast of New England tonight through Friday. Strong winds and heavy wet snow will wrap to the north of this low pressure system, likely affecting eastern Massachusetts, Rhode Island and extreme eastern Connecticut and New Hampshire. Unfortunately, there is still some uncertainty regarding exact snowfall amounts, but this storm will have a significant impact on Southern New England. The National Weather Service in Taunton has issued a Winter Storm Watch, which is in effect from late tonight through Friday morning. * Locations: Northeast Connecticut, Rhode Island and eastern Massachusetts from Boston to Cape Cod and the islands. * Hazard Types: Heavy w ...
OK FB friends...dear Staci Merritt gave me a week of vacation. I need to drive since I am taking the fam damily. It's at the end of May. Any good ideas for a New England vacation? Thought the girls would like Boston and Cape Cod. There are lots of things to do around the coast...
Good Afternoon Everyone, I wish the news were better... The NWS has issued a Winter Storm Watch for our region from now until Friday morning. There is still a slight chance this will miss us and leave us with a lot of rain and wind. I'm betting no! I am expecting at least 3" to possibly 6". Below is from Weatherbug: New England will be in the crosshairs of the storm late Wednesday into Thursday. The low will meander north and east from the Virginia coast with moisture being flung back to the west, bringing several inches of snow from eastern Pennsylvania into eastern Massachusetts, including Philadelphia, New York City, Hartford and Boston. Along the immediate coast heavy rain could cause flooding problem. Winter-related advisories and warnings may be posted later today for the major Interstate 95 corridor cities north of Baltimore. In addition, the close brush with the storm will produce a period of strong wind across southeastern New England. Gusts could climb to 60 mph along Cape Cod and nearby islands ...
Midwest | - A weak disturbance will produce some light snow today from central MO to much of southern IL. - Any accumulations generally an 1" or less for most areas. - A light mix of rain and snow today from southern MO to the OH Valley. - A few snow showers near Lake Michigan in southern WI and northern IL and south of Lake Superior. - The rest of the region will have a dry Friday. - High temperatures today will generally be in the 30s across much of the region - Colder air moves into the Midwest and Great Lakes area tonight. Northeast | - Still some lingering heavier snow across far northern parts of Maine today. - Additional accumulations of 1-3" with locally higher amounts possible. - Periods of light snow today for a good portion of western PA to Upstate NY and up to Northern New England. - Accumulations will be on the light side, generally an inch or two at best. - A few rain/snow showers today across southeastern New England (including Cape Cod). - The Middle Atlantic region will enjoy a dry Friday ...
In 2001, Jim Gordon, a well-heeled developer of natural gas plants in New England, took up a long-discussed but never-pursued idea that advocates said would usher in a new era of clean energy in America: an ocean-based wind farm off the shores of Cape Cod. The advantages of the site seemed plain: Re...
house typically found in the older areas of Toronto, Ontario. Bungalow: any simple, single-story house without any basement. Cape Cod: a popular design that originated in the coastal area of New England, especially in eastern Massachusetts. Cape Dutch: popular in the Western Cape, South Africa, region. Castle: primarily a defensive structure/dwelling built during the Dark Ages and the Middle Ages, and also during the 18th century and the 19th century. Cave dwelling, Chinese: called a Yaodong and of two types, 1) built into rock on the side of a hill or 2) earth sheltered with a courtyard. Chalet bungalow: popular in the United Kingdom, a combination of a house and a bungalow. Chattel house: a small wooden house occupied by working-class people on Barbados. Conch house: a vernacular style in Key West and Miami, derived from the Bahamian clapboard house. Converted barn: an old barn converted into a house or other use Cottage: is usually a small country dwelling, but weavers' cottages are three-storied townh ...
- With cold air in place, an intensifying storm will target eastern New England Sunday. - Snowfall from Rhode Island and eastern Massachusetts to Maine will range from 2 or 3 inches at the western fringe to 8 or 10 inches on Cape Cod and the islands as well as easternmost Maine. - Strong north to northwest winds will gust to between 40 and 55 mph, causing blizzard conditions, especially in eastern Maine. - Snow showers will linger from the mountains to the eastern Great Lakes. - Temperatures will be 2 to 17 degrees below average. - Lows will range from near zero in northern New York to the upper 20s in southeast Virginia. - Highs will range from the teens and low 20s in Upstate New York and Northern New England to the 30s in Virginia. - Gusty northwest winds linger in New England Monday, especially Maine. Scattered snow showers will also be slow to end in northern Maine. Meanwhile, a quick-moving milder storm will bring light snow and light wintry mix to the mountains of Pennsylvania, Upstate New York, no ...
Here we go again! Winter Storm Warning in Massachusetts. Active for next 1 day, 3 hours. Locations: Barnstable; Nantucket Posted 27 minutes ago – National Weather Service There is the potential for heavy snow along with strong winds across the far southeast New England coast tonight into early Sunday afternoon. Winter Storm Warning remains in effect from 7 pm this evening to 7 pm EST Sunday. • Locations: Cape Cod and Nantucket. • Hazard types: Heavy snow and strong winds. • Accumulations: snow accumulation of 4 to 8 inches. • Timing: A mixture of light rain and snow is expected to develop today. Little if any accumulation is expected through this evening. Any precipitation should changeover to snow around midnight tonight. The snow may fall heavily for a time from after midnight through midday Sunday. • Impacts: untreated roads and walkways will become snow covered. Strong winds will develop after midnight and continue through Sunday. This may result in poor visibilities and perhaps near Whit ...
- Some lake-effect snow across parts of northeast OH, northwest PA and southwest NY. - A weak disturbance brings some light snow northern Mid-Atlantic to southeast New England early this morning. - Snowfall totals through early Saturday will generally be 1" or less from northern Virginia to NYC and BOS. - Low pressure develops off the East Coast and brings some accumulating snow across the eastern Mid-Atlantic region this afternoon and then linger into the evening. - 1-3 inches of snow is expected in southeast VA. - This system will work north toward New England tonight and Sunday as winds increase around the storm. - Eastern New England, including Boston is expecting 2-4" of snow, locally 6" with 4-8" likely from Cape Cod to eastern Maine. - Blizzard conditions and locally 10"+ snow accumulations are possible eastern Maine on Sunday.
Please take a second to read this and maybe even reread. This really "Touched My Heart". For all the mothers who are all trying to do the right thing, yet dwell on guilt and all the 12-20 age group that are trying to figure out who they are. This is for u! Enjoy Hi Class, My name is Anonymous. I am a senior and obviously not the biggest fan of public speaking. Today the three aspects of my life I will point out are where I am from/ how I was raised, the sport I love, and where I am trying to take my future. I was born into what I like to call a fortunate and fairly unique situation. I was raised in Massachusetts, about forty minutes outside of Boston since I was 3. I am a diehard Patriots, Celtics, Red Sox, and Bruins fan. I had what you may call a typical New England upbringing. Summers in Cape Cod and Winters skiing in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. My parents who I could never be more thankful for, come from very different ends of the spectrum. My father is the son of two missionaries from Jackso . ...
Latest Update from WBZ Weather Team...Good info.. - The peak of this storm will last for about 12 hours, from 8pm to 8am. During this time frame snowfall rates will range between 1” and 4” per hour. Combine that with winds gusting 20-40mph inland and 40-70mph along the Coast and you’ve got yourself a good ol’ fashion blizzard. Visibilities will drop to near zero and by the time we can see the landscape again Tomorrow morning about 20” of snow will have blanketed the entire area. After 8am Saturday, the storm will begin to move east of New England and the shield of snow will start to break into north-south orientated bands. These bands will persist through midday and by afternoon most of us can begin the cleanup. Cape Cod will be the last to see the snow taper off during the late afternoon hours. When all is said and done just about every town in Southern New England will have received 18-24” of snow, with many locations reaching as high as 30”. We are still very concerned with the high tides ...
Right now no major changes to the forecasting models for New England except that Cape Cod will probably be in the 10-20" snow range as the rain/snow line has moved further out. The Great Lakes half of the storm will be arriving first (supplying the frigid air) just before the merge with the extra-tropical cyclone crawling up the East Coast (supplying most of the moisture). This means any chance this thing will moderate with rain isn't going to happen. With the possible exception of Nantucket and the outer reaches of Cape Code, this will be a 100% snow event.
To Robyn B., Joe F., Nick M., and Natalie B. who have all mentioned the storm, it is not looking like they we are going to get blasted by this storm. New England will get pounded. I would not want to be on Cape Cod this weekend. It will be too warm on Friday. The models are pointing to too much warm air getting pulled into the system to get a good snowfall. That being said, I am a little dubious of the warm air according to one of the models. I do not see it. The storm is pretty far out to sea, and the model says it is still too warm to get snow. I am not too sure about that. Being one that is not to sure about straying too far away from the models, even when I do not like some of the projections, I will make the basis of this call on the GFS with some colder modifications. Thursday night we will be in a mix. This could get a little ugly, and I do not have an answer as to the big question of whether or not we will have school on Friday. It might be snowing on Red Hill Rd. with rain in Monmouth Hills. We a ...
We have a high level of confidence that the northern and southern branches of the jet stream will finally be able to phase together just in time for rapid intensification of a surface low off the East Coast by Friday night. By early Saturday Morning, we will see a powerful storm southeast of Cape Cod. A high level of confidence that: 1. A fresh batch of cold air will slide to our north in time for the storm 2. Interior and coastal New England will have blizzard-like conditions with the potential of 1-2 feet of snow. 3. SE PA and southern NJ will likely be in a "rip-off zone"- with the boundary layer (here at the surface) where daytime high temperatures get in to the mid and upper 30's during the day Friday. Here precipitation will fall as a wintry mix likely mixing with or changing to all rain...before changing to all snow later in the day (with some accumulation on the back end of the storm). 4. Berks, Lehigh Valley into Central NJ into NYC is sandwiched in between and may see a wintry mix...possibly cha ...
Just some quick random thoughts regarding the Friday snow potential: 1) While some snow will be moving in by Friday morning (probably around the 7-9 AM, it looks like the bulk of the steadier and perhaps heaviest snow will be from Friday afternoon through Saturday Morning. Potential for an area wide moderate to heavy snow accumulation looks decent, too. 2) Some other thoughts to pass on to you: It looks like the two lows will phase but the phasing appears to be to the SE of Cape Cod; when phasing occurs the coastal low will undergo explosive ("bomb") intensification. The most significant snow accumulations will be associated with the coastal - thus Eastern and Southeastern parts of New England have the highest probabilities of seeing snowfall amounts of over 12". 2a) For a few hour period during Friday centered around 1-2PM (+/- 3 to 5 hours) there looks to be some shadowing occurirng across parts of the Hudson Valley. Shadowing if it does occur should cease by Friday evening. 3) Still too early to com .. ...
SEMINAR ANNOUNCEMENT “Watercraft, Watermen, and the Creation of New England and New Netherland” Andrew Lipman, Syracuse University Andrew has provided the following abstract of his paper: This paper is an excerpt of a book manuscript titled The Saltwater Frontier: Indians and the Contest for the American Coast. The project focuses on the shoreline from the Hudson River to Cape Cod in the seventeenth century, when the arrival of the English and Dutch started a regional contest for control with local Algonquian Indian powers. This excerpt examines the exchanges of watercraft and maritime expertise between natives and newcomers. These incidents are intriguing not just because they defy our stereotypical pictures of what early contact looked like, but also because they reveal the existence of a borderland that was not entirely based on land. Friday, 1 February 2013 3:00-5:00 p.m. The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1300 Locust Street Everyone attending the seminar should read the paper in advance. Sem ...
It was easy to see who had some clouds last night. The clouds and slight breeze last night keep my temps a lot warmer than the night before. Today will be cold with temps in the single digits and teens. We will see a warming trend as we head into the weekend. Next week the precipitation type will be complicated. Monday looks to see a mix of snow showers, sleet, and for some freezing rain. The wintery mix will continue into Tuesday with perhaps rain mixing in for some. Wednesday it looks to be mainly rain for everyone. We should start to see light snowfall as the clipper moves southeast. The Models are showing not much in the way of QPF, around 0.10" for the Mohawk Valley and the upper Hudson Valley, this equates to around one inch of very fluffy snow. New England will see more or less the same, with the exception of the coast down to Cape Cod as well as for Nantucket, 2-4 inches is possible for those areas. Light flurries will be on tap for Saturday afternoon and evening with little in the way of accumul ...
Living in New England is good for summer homes on Cape Cod, the scenery in the fall, and the first snowfall of the year. That's about it
You know it's a crazy Winter when the only snow storm in town is affecting areas like Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia! My Troopers down South are getting a shocker of several inches of snow and a brief period of temps below 30, leaving tomorrow morning looking pretty hectic. Places like Ski Beech and Sugar Mountain are loving life right now with around a foot forecasted for them. They certainly don't have the treating capabilities or plowing equipment we have in the Northeast, so even an inch of snow causes chaos for them. The extreme northern fringes of this low that's bringing the snow to the South will clip the immediate coast of New England, particularly Cape Cod as we go through tomorrow - dusting to an inch or two from west to east. After that, we have a couple of nice days before the coldest shot of air we've seen in a long time blasts in for next week. While my friends out in California are back to their mid-to-upper 70's, the Upper Midwest, Ohio Valley and Northeast will struggle wi ...
It is a beautiful day at Nantucket Sound (the "ocean") in South Yarmouth, Cape Cod. It's 45 degrees and the water is as smooth as satin. Tonight...snow. New England at its best. Love it.
Snow is forecast to skirt the New England south coast tonite, perhaps making it as far north as metro Boston...Best chance will be Cape Cod
Some snow in LA, MS and TN today into tonight. Tuesday night, PA and New England get some snow. Snow map coming.
We wanna take a weekend trip to relax somewhere in New England. Suggestions?
Rex Trailer, host of “Boomtown” a children’s TV show that beguiled generations of New England children, has died, according to an announcement posted on his website. “Rex Trailer left this earth peacefully last night surrounded in love and song by his family. Rex had been in Florida for the holidays...
We love our members !! We are proud to have Arthur Kiriakos as our member. Here is a little bit of info about this humble athletic star !! Keep swinging for the fences Arthur :) Hey Tom; you asked so here goes. During my 1980 Sr. College Baseball season, at U-Mass Boston, I hit safely in 41 out of 42 games, yet adding back the final 20 games form the year prior I actually hit safely in 41 straight games, and 61 out of 62 games. It was an NCAA Record for 25 years, broken 5 or 6 years ago by a player from Salve Regina. I was first team All New England, and 2nd team All American. Below is my actual Bio. Graduate of Arlington High School, where he played 2 seasons Varsity Baseball, 4 years American Legion, was a 2 season league All-Star, played 4 years Varsity at U-Mass Boston, was 2 seasons all conference, 2 seasons All-New England, and 1 year Second Team Div. III All-American. 9 years Eastern Mass Inter-City League, 8 year All-Star, 5 time league Batting Champion. Played one season Cotuit Red Sox, Cape Cod ...
12/29/2012 12:22pm I so remember this. another reason, just like the blizzard of '78, that i got so crazy about studying weather. JAMES Today in weather history! 1987 - A storm off the Middle Atlantic Coast produced heavy snow in the Appalachians and the northeastern U.S. Snow and high winds created blizzard conditions in southeastern Massachusetts. Cape Cod received thirteen inches of snow, and snow drifts three feet deep were reported around Chatham MA. Strong winds produced wind chill readings as cold as 60 degrees below zero in southwestern New England. In the western U.S., a Pacific coast storm produced heavy snow in the Sierra Nevada Range of California, with 24 inches reported at Mammoth Mountain. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data)
Mary Lee, a Great White shark, surfaces near Tybee Island Posted: December 16, 2012 - 12:22am By Mary Landers A Great White shark named Mary Lee was headed toward Tybee Island on Friday morning. The tracking device on the 16-foot-long, 3,500-pound shark “pings” whenever the animal surfaces. She did so four times Friday, around 2 a.m., 8 a.m., 9 a.m. and 11 a.m., with her last position recorded several miles off the north end of Tybee Island. The nonprofit research group Ocearch helped tag Mary Lee in September off Cape Cod. Since then she’s gone as far south as Florida, looped back up to the Carolinas and then headed for Georgia again. And she may not be the only Great White out there. Another tagged shark, Genie, pinged off Tybee last week after several months of not checking in. Before Dec. 8, she was last positively located in September off New England. Their appearance here comes after the injury of a right whale 24 nautical miles northeast of Ossabaw Island on Dec. 7. It was struck by a 46-foot ...
For about 10 months of the year, cranberries never pass our lips. We neither eat them, nor speak of them. Then along comes Thanksgiving and Christmas. Cranberries as a fruit rolls onto the scene. For just a little while, we can't get enough of them. Cranberries are grown in bogs, and are native to North America.. They are grown in very few areas of the U.S. Cape Cod and Plymouth Rock areas of Massachusetts, are where most cranberries are grown. But cranberries are also grown in New Jersey, Washington, Oregon, Wisconsin, and Canada. Very few of us have ever trudged through the bogs of New England, in search of cranberries for the dinner table. If you did, you would be looking for an evergreen vine that grows low to the ground. The white or pink flowers give way to red, oval berries with a tart taste. The berries are harvested in September and October, just in time for you to use them in your favorite holiday recipes. Cranberries have had medicinal uses, most commonly for treating urinary infections. It als ...
Thanksgiving at Plymouth In September 1620, a small ship called the Mayflower left Plymouth, England, carrying 102 passengers—an assortment of religious separatists seeking a new home where they could freely practice their faith and other individuals lured by the promise of prosperity and land ownership in the New World. After a treacherous and uncomfortable crossing that lasted 66 days, they dropped anchor near the tip of Cape Cod, far north of their intended destination at the mouth of the Hudson River. One month later, the Mayflower crossed Massachusetts Bay, where the Pilgrims, as they are now commonly known, began the work of establishing a village at Plymouth. Throughout that first brutal winter, most of the colonists remained on board the ship, where they suffered from exposure, scurvy and outbreaks of contagious disease. Only half of the Mayflower’s original passengers and crew lived to see their first New England spring. In March, the remaining settlers moved ashore, where they received an as ...
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The long, glass, three-story arc that defines the back of this Cape Cod house adds an extra dash of drama that plays to the spectacular location high on a bluff above a harbor.
This year, the National Park Service is offering one final fee-free opportunity to visit more than 100 national parks that usually charge admission including New England gems like Acadia National Park, the Cape Cod National Seashore and Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site. Mark your calendar, and don't miss the chance to take your family to see these national treasures for free November 10-12. posted 11/7/12
Owner Chris Himmel joined Dave and Andrew of Wianno Oysters down in Barnstable, MA for some oyster farming yesterday...Wianno Oysters is one of the largest producers in Cape Cod producing some incredibly sweet and briny bi-valves that are not to be missed. Join us this week to try for yourself (Wianno's are currently featured on our raw bar) and next month we will be proud to feature Wianno Oyster Farm on our 3 Course, $48 Farm to Post menu. Proud to be keeping it local and offering our guests some of the freshest seafood in New England!
It was an unforgettable weekend last month for eight Cape Cod women, all over age 60, when their Super Senior tennis team won the United States Tennis Association’s New England championship in Essex, Vt. In April, following countless practice matches, physical training sessions and tips fr...
Hello Terrell Baker music fans, friends & family. Hope all are well. WKKL is looking for New England area artists of all genres for a monthly feature, with a phone or in-studio interview (depending on artist location), along with weekly spins during the month chosen. One artist will be chosen each month for November and December. Selection Criteria: Talent, Musicianship, Song production value and Overall marketability. If interested click link below to request airplay of Terrell Baker's sound recordings. Between 7pm-9pm Est
Another legacy of Hurricane Sandy are rare birds that have been seen recently in New England, including brown pelicans on Cape Cod and Nantucket (This picture was taked in Florida) and white pelicans on Plum Island. Wonder what they thought of last night's temps.
Quiet & cool start to the work week. Sun & clouds with a few sprinkles on Cape Cod today. Highs in the 40s, 30s in far Northern New England.
Al and I returned form our New England trip on Saturday. We started in Philadelphia with a visit to my brother, Jamie and his partner, David. we had so much fun with them: seeing their new home, being tourists at the historical and cultural sites (thanks, Jamie for being our tour guide!) and spending time with David's family who were visiting, too. Pat, David's mom makes delicious meatballs! We are all avid game players so we were a little rowdy. Especially David's brother Gary. "Oh, It's my turn again!" Next we took a Bolt bus to Boston (where one of my suitcases was stolen), rented a car and drove to Cape Cod. We stayed in a time share right on the beach at Nantucket Sound. What a beautiful place. Then drove back to Boston and boarded our Norwegian Dawn cruise ship for a week up the Atlantic coast, through the St Lawrence Seaway ending up in Quebec City. Wow!!! It was terrific. I will post some photos as soon as I figure that out. Thanks everyone for the birthday wishes. I am so happy to be 62 and elig ...
Omg, the weather news just keeps getting worse. Hurricane Sandy is predicted to wreak wind and water havoc in New England. First it was Monday (my flight from Boston departs Monday evening); now it's Sunday--during which time ill be driving back up the coast from Cape Cod to Boston. Yippee! Talk about an adventure!
Forecasting models are split, with some saying the powerful storm will blow out to sea, while others think it'll smack into New England as a tropical storm or depression.
Wow, a retrograding extra-tropical "Sandy" looks like it could make it within a hundred miles of Cape Cod on October 30. Captured by a Great Lakes to Ohio Valley trough, it would be flung parallel (or exactly westward) along the southern Mass./R.I./Conn./Long Island Coast back toward NYC for the 30th into Halloween, before gradually lifting northward into Northern New England. With water temperatures running about +5 above normal along the East Coast, that would mean significant rainfall is likely. All that water vapor has to go somewhere. Another impact would be high wind, for a prolonged time period. Likely more than 24 hours, though it won't be blowing at high rates the entire time. They would most likely come in squalls or waves. I do invision based on what I think, there will be significant power outages. I just am unsure about foliage up in New England. Coastal flooding will also be an issues, especially those that live along eastern Massachusetts coastaline initially. As the low moves toward NYC, i ...
Christopher Seufert specializes in, lifestyle, portrait, wedding, aerial, and landscape photography. He regularly shoots cover and editorial assignments for the magazines of Cape Cod and New England and freelances for the Cape Cod Chronicle and Cape Codder newspapers.Seufert is an experienced teacher and is also the author of six hard cover photography books, including, “Cape Cod & Islands Reflections” published by Schiffer, LTD. He has an MA in anthropology and a background in journalism, film, and both traditional and digital photography.
Just returned from week in New England, had a great time. While in Massachusettswe visited Salem the site of the witch trials and toured the House of the Seven Gables. We went to Cape Cod. We went to Hyannis and went through the JFK Museum, Chatham, and Provincetown. We then went to Newport Rhode Island and did the cliff walk along the Atlantic coast. We also took a day to just drive through the countyside of Connecticut and Massachusetts. Took over 200 pictures hope to find some to enlarge. Finally we went to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro to see Bowling Green defeat U Mass. All in all a great trip.
Looking up flights for May 2013.heading back to New England on Wed. the 15th for a Corporate gig in Cape Cod, MA. Hoping to Book some more gigs in MA area & RI for Thur, Fri & Saturday! I'll let my New England peps know!
Bob spotted whale watching on Cape Cod, New England.
Laptop insurance - because accidents happen!
We don't get earthquakes to speak of up here in New England, but what a great earthquake we had last night! The first responders said it was a 5.4 (we also heard 5.9) and started about 40 miles from us; it was felt all the way in Cape Cod. I never knew earthquakes made noise! We thought it was the furnace with all it's inherent rumblings and vibrations; the FRs thought it was their furnaces starting, too. My dad said it sounded like the washing machine trying to escape.
Provincetown, Cape Cod. Coffee at the Wired Puppy cafe. Is this the Key West of New England?
Cher and I visited several New England states last week. For the first time we stepped foot in (on?) the beautiful states of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. This is very clean country, no billboards anywhere, almost no trash on the roadways. Folks seem to be very environmentally conscious, though most of the wind turbines wee not turning. Why have them if you are not going to use them? Seemed that most folks up there did not like the wind turbines. We met very nice, kind people, and surprisingly, there were about as many Romney-Ryan signs as Obama signs. Wouldn't give you a plug nickle for Cape Cod area and don't see the need to waste time there again. The same for Rhode Island. All-in-all this was a very good trip and a gorgeous part of our country, particularly the WILD northern part of Maine!
I heard of an earthquake that recently occurred around New England, especially around Lowell where I'm from. I live in Cape Cod, and didn't feel or hear of anything anything locally. To all those who have suffered injuries, or loss of personal property, I'm sorry for you and would like to hear of it, and would like to hear from anyone who experienced it.
Earthquake here in New England!! It was in Maine, felt all the way here on Cape Cod!
My mom just shared their was an earth quake that started in Maine. My Uncle in New England at Cape Cod felt the tremors. Pray that their is no damage or injuries...
New England just had a tremor. From Maine to Cape Cod.
To everyone that extended birthday wishes--thank you so much for thinking of me. I am still celebrating. Returning home from a trip to the New England area. Boston, Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, etc. Getting old is wonderful if you do it right. Start planning today for retirement and do it consistently! Remember--"Fail to plan...then Plan to fail". Thanks again.
had the opportunity to view the once famous 'colored glass' of Sandwich, Massachusetts ~ such Yankee inginuity ~ such fine works of art! O'how I miss it in New England ~ why I can still smell the inviting sea air of Cape Cod! Beautiful Massachusetts.
As promised, here is my "take" on New England in the fall. Always, always have warmer clothes then what you think that you will need...I froze to death most days and it was rainy 2 or 3 out of the 7...BOO. Here we go - Boston - If you like DC or Baltimore, you will love Boston. The most obnoxious drivers on the face of the earth. Cape Cod - Beautiful area.if you love the beach and nothing to do. We couldn't go to Martha's Vineyard or Nantucket because of the weather...bummer. Rhode Island - Pumpkins were a last minute find by Megan. They were AWESOME. Newport - city center reminds me of Annapolis. Nice Columbus Day parade, lots of shops etc. Connecticut - Rained. Only went to Mark Twains House. Interesting MA-Norman Rockwell Museum-Interesting and beautiful. Located in the Berkshires. Vermont-Would have like to stayed a couple of extra days. Nice state and very pretty. We were in Bennington-Green Mountains. Hemmings location-disappointing to Buddy. New Hampshire - Another beautiful state. We were in the W ...
I understand better why they call Door County the Cape Cod of the midwest. Had to keep reminding myself I was in Wisconsin instead of walking the beach in New England.
Bob and I just returned from a Fall Foliage trip in New England. We began with a bus tour of Boston, including Old North Church and Fanueil Hall Marketplace. Then we bussed to Lexington and Concord while hearing about Paul Revere. Next to Cape Cod, staying in Hyannis and seeing Pres. Kennedy's summer White House. A ferry to Martha"s Vineyard to view the site of a Revival of Methodists from the 1800's who built a Tabernacle and surrounded it with cute, gingerbready cottages, in concentric circles - originally tents. Very colorful. We continued to Mystic Connecticut, then Norman Rockwell's Museum. Next it was Pres. Coolidge's birthplace. Our last full day was traveling from Portland, ME, where we had a tour of the waterfront. and continued to Kennebunkport. We drove past Pres. Bush's house, but the bus isn't even allowed to hesitate. A lobster dinner was our final treat. Then it was back to Boston with a lot of hugging and goodbyes. The breakfasts were wonderful!
Our last day on The Cape... ...and we decided to try "The Dunk". We've been told that the locals love their "Dunk", and even thought it doesn't come from the sea, you can see that it definitely comes from New England.
The foliage in New England is gorgeous. Just had a great lobster dinner in Cape Cod. I might have to retire here!
New England with Cape Cod was a good trip, over 4,300 miles very interesting .
Boston wedding photographer who embraces the vintage vibe through her photography and her blog. Tyra Bleek specializing in wedding, portrait and event photography throughout Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut and the greater New England area.
I was thinking of the New England Aquarium. Haven't been to Cape Cod. I love Boston & NE. Been many times & even to a Revs game.
On this date back in 1841, a severe Gale struck New England without warning. The storm was originally a powerful Hurricane off the Carolina coast that merged with an unseasonably cold air mass that moved into the region. 40 ships were washed ashore on Cape Cod and 57 people lost their lives from the town of Truro MA alone. The storm also resulted in an unusual early season heavy snowfall across portions of the region. 18 inches of snow fell in Middletown CT, with 3 inches in Concord MA.
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Coming to the close of another very good day, and one that will remain in my memory for a long time to come. The weather was beautiful, with not a cloud in the sky, trees showing the first traces of fall in New England, the wind touched with only a hint of autumnal chill. I used a precious vacation day, to spend the afternoon with my nephew, kayaking down a creek through a salt marsh to Cape Cod Bay. We paddled lazily between banks of reeds, green and brown, swaying in the wind, past wading herons, and sandpipers darting across the waterless flats of a falling tide. Occasionally, my nephew - an avid fisherman - cast a hopeful line under a bridge, or in the shadow of an embankment, looking to catch something - anything, really. Only last night, over a Guinness, he mentioned his desire to catch a striper, hoping to glean some local wisdom from me, but of the ways of fish, I know less than nothing. The excitement in his voice at hooking something "something big" turned to elation as he fought and reeled in h ...
I'm having a lazy Saturday after my hectic week. Went out to breakfast, then went shopping, and came home and took a nap. Read the paper out on the the deck. Now I'm going to mosey outside (it's beautiful here) and start weeding my roses. Boy, do they need it! Tonight I'm making homemade pizza sauce (low sodium, natch) and meatballs to put on it. We'll have pizza, then watch a movie. Tomorrow I plan to start back on my book. I know I promised trip report, but I'm waiting for Michael to download pictures of Cape Cod. We also went to Nantucket for a day trip. I'd never been, and it was neat. We rode bikes to the Old Mill, and then to the Coast Guard Beach there. I'm from New England, so going to Cape Cod is like going home for me. I just love it there, every minute.
Yes, in a little over 2 weeks, I'll be driving up the New England coast with my honey during peak fall foliage to connect with Dan Lewiston & Jen Lewiston in Cape Cod (and Martha's Vineyard) for their Missions Convention!
Paul Thomas Anderson is still the man. Cape Cod is gorgeous. New England hospitality is real. Corndog.
We are off to Cape Cod this week for a sleepover with our other grand-daughter. We will eat Clam Chowder (New England) of course and Timmy's world famous roast beef sandwich. Her and I will have to go to Joann's for fabric for a pilow for her newly decorated room. . seya.
As if I wasn't already head-over-heels in love with Cape Cod, here comes a stunner from Samantha Melanson Photography that exudes New England charm! A classic
Things are Quaking up here on Cape Cod. A powerful tropical storm is Accelerating up the eastern seaboard by passing the Cape on its way to Newfoundland. Doing Street ministry in Hyannis between a cigarette and iced coffee. and new realms of possibilities are opening this very moment. God has un-corked New England 4sure!!!
After more than 25 years, my New England conversion is nearly complete. Dug for clams with bare hands yesterday in the Cape Cod muck. Made delicious Clam Chowder today, while watching Patriots. I will say this, I was tempted to add Tabasco.
The Nimrod’s enchanting ambience is steeped in history and brimming with the enticing fragrances of traditional New England fare.
I'd really like to see New England, particularly Cape Cod.
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Hello face book friends, hope you are enjoying what's left of the summer. I recently got back from cape cod & Martha's Vinyard, it was fantastic up there, the weather was great, the food & the best New England Clam Chowder & lobster bisque soup.
The worst part of a Cape Cod vacation is seeing all of the Red Socks & Patriots hats and shirts on these New England folks!
I know this sounds unbelievable because I griped plenty when I lived on Cape Cod, but I do kind of miss New England. It was nice to be back for a few days and have a lobstah sandwich...
What cute kids!!! Laura, do you remember stopping at Plymouth Rock when we went to New England, West Point, Cape Cod, and Kennybunkport?
Hey as all of you who know me know that I am not a big fan of summer. I hate the heat, humidity, sweat and yard work.ah! I am of that rare breed of human beings that like the cold weather, to all you sunworshippers that's hard to believe. I don't dream of one day living in Florida, California or God forbid Arizona, they probably would pick me up as an illegal immigrant anyway! My idea is New England , like Cape Cod, or Minnesota, like Minneapolis, hey if it was good enough for Mary and Rhoda, even Alaska, I heard you can see Russia from your house.cool! After this summer I think everyone is looking forward to the first leaves changing and the first snow flurries. It will be our little secret, ok.
If you're a beach-goer, shark sightings are bad news. But if you're National Geographic photographer and New England native Brian Skerry, it's great news.
I miss New England, the New London Ferry out of LI, Mystic Seaport, Fall River and the leaves changing, her Church Steeples going over the Bridge, Cape Cod in Late Fall, Portsmouth New Hampshire, Portland Maine . . . DiMillos Restaurant, Wiscasset, Booth Bay, Down East in Bar Harbor, Looking down at Cranberry Island from Champagne Mountain, Remembering old times, lobster, Shrimp, Blueberry Pancakes and muffins at Jordans, Cranberry Lakes in deep Red on ever winding back Roads, Jackman Maine, Montreal Marriott Chateau de Champlain and off to Quebec City Quebec to stay at The Hotel Clarendon on Rue De St Anne and a fine Dinner in the Old Fort at Au Parmasean . . . Waking up to shoot the Towns along the way with my Canon D20 . . . letting the cold hit my head and numb my Florida Face and reminding of where time has gone as the cold Brisk Virgin Air gives me a generous headache and old friends from my childhood who may not be with us anymore or are unreachable to thank them for their influences on our Lives ...
I close my eyes and click my flip flopped heels three times and wish, I'd like to be somewhere in New England, anywhere, I'm not overly picky.Newport, Cape Cod, Boston, Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, Kennebunkport, Bar Harbor! *** POOF *** Sigh, still in N.A.bleh!
The Highland Street Foundation sponsored Free Fun Fridays continue tomorrow! It'll be hard to choose just one of these great locations to go to! Tomorrow includes: Battleship Cove, Berkshire Museum, Cape Cod Children's Museum, Fruitlands Museum, and The Sports Museum. Best of luck to all institutions participating tomorrow. The Sports Museum in Boston gives the fans a place to see the items that have been a part of New England's great athletic history. This includes but is not limited to the ball that struck Tony Conigliaro, the shoes Adam Vinatieri used to kick a Super Bowl winning field goal, and more! At our museum, our sports collection goes a bit farther back in time to Jousting. Below is an example of jousting armor that we currently have on display at the museum.
Ah yes, another New England thing I understand!!! In fact, we were on Cape Cod last week and I actually saw the word written in a restaurant!!! Probably talking about the wicked good chodaw. And I also saw the word "tonic" used to describe the soda!! Yup - I sure do miss New Englnad and especially Cape Cod where I grew up!!
I'm back home from a great week of vacation in New England with Meika and Katie!:o) It was really great to see Beth, Barry, Ben, Ryan, my Mom, Emma, Robin, Andy, Arthur, W. Mass, Cape Cod, Brattleboro! Missed seeing the middle-Mass contingient (Dad, Andrew & Christine, etc), but maybe next time. :o\ Wish that Keegan could have made it :o( Ollie really missed me. Drove over 2300 miles in 9 days (and glad the driving is over!!!) I saw seals (not sure what ind maybe Harbor), a giant Horseshoe Crab, Bison, Quohaugs, Seagulls, Herons, and much more. Great White sharks were reported to have been near where we were swimming, but didn't see any :o( My sunberns (yes, multiple!) are nearly all turned to tan. Spent several minutes last night overwhelmed by how much I miss the hills and forests of Vermont. I am tired, tired, tired (and I just woke up from a nap) Tomorrow is recovery day. Thanks to Beth and Barry for the invite that made this all possible :o)) and to Andy and Robin for dinner that put a really great f ...
Efforts to protect the once-dwindling seal population along the New England coast have been so successful that sharks have noticed.
Thanks to everyone for the unbelieveable number of birthday wishes!! It was a great day on the Cape (as in Cape Cod, for my NY and not from New England friends) with Sue and my brothers Jim and Bruce, my sister in law Debbie, niece Audra, and her boy friend, Tyson. Omly 38 years to go to hit 100!
Twenty-one lbs. lobster caught near Cape Cod is headed for a New England Aquarium
We simply can’t stop raving about the perfect peony gorgeousness of this New England wedding. And let’s face it – A girl can never have too many peonies!
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I’m following Mitt Romney’s example and vacationing in New England this week, but the Sunday-morning talk shows make it to out to Cape Cod, and I couldn’t quite go cold turkey. In addition to much rehashing of Friday’s Bain Capital...
Charming & Adorable "New England" Style Cape Cod in a fabulous location on the Westside of town! Short walk to school, park & easy commute to Philadelphia. Nice size Living Room, Brand New Custom Eat-In Kitchen with all new appliances, 3 bedrooms, 1 New full bathroom, Office, Screenporch on side, ne...
Had a great trip to New England...lobster on Cape Cod, a short hike in the Green Mountains, concert in Middlebury with the Georgia Brass Band, great duet with Jason Casanova, awesome bari section with Paul Dickinson and Vincent Rose, and back home to snuggle with baby Olivia!!
There have been four Great White shark sightings in as many weeks in the waters off of Cape Cod, the latest being a 10′ Great White 200 – 300 yards off of Chatham. Great White sharks are no strangers to the New England coast and have been spotted with regularity in our waters over the [...]
West Island of Fairhaven, MA located in Buzzards Bay, near Cape Cod where it boasts having one of New England's top 10 beaches. This 700 acre island is small enough to fit inside New York's Central Park! It a fun place for boating, fishing, and more.
The Cape Cod-style, which originated in colonial New England, is known for its modest, dormered homes. Check out the variety that exists within the style and gain ideas for your home.
Epic“Attention, New England! I'll be performing in Newport, Rhode Island on July 7th and in Hyannis on Cape Cod on July 8th!!”
Cape Cod is pricey this time of year because like half of New England vacations there at various times but it is beautiful
Just had a very enjoyable evening at Guilford, CT, what a pleasant town to stumble upon sitting there on the Long Island Sound of New England. Had a great chat with a local man who was fishing, his name was Ed. He sent us to this tavern, called the Country Tavern, or affectionately known as the "CT". We stayed a couple hours and met some more fine locals, one of whom gave us some great recs for riding in New Hampshire and also for Nova Scotia...swet. The owner of the locale is from Cape Cod.so Cape Cod is definitely on the list now. As for tonight, we moused around with the idea of camping on the beach, but it is such a nice night, we have decided to point the bikes toward Middlebury, Vermont.
Lee Stephanie Roscoe writes: So, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s star chamber has condemned New England, especially Plymouth and Cape Cod, to 20 years of an accident waiting to happen. The agency has overruled the governor, the State Attorney General, state senators, and federal legislators as w...
Nothing beats ending a great weekend on Cape Cod with a relaxing train ride through beautiful Northern New England.
Back from a much needed vacation to Newport, RI with our friends Chris and Bill and Cindy and Pat. It is an amazing, beautiful, historic spot that is way too green. We also went to Boston, Cape Cod and many other terrific New England areas. And Jaclyn made it all possible by staying with our high maintance dogs. Thanks again to all, it was great! Now the planning starts for next year.
@ Kohler training in Kolher, WI. Enjoying meeting other people like myself dealing with the same things, all over the country and Canada. Took the factory tour of Kohler, and seeing how faucets, toilets, sink, etc are made. They hve been here since 1900. Amazing History of Kohler. The American Club we are staying out was orginally built for the immagrants that came here to work @ Kohler. Then once a month they would take them to the court house, and swear them in as citizians. The town is very cool. It has a lot of character of New England/Cape Cod. Have a good time, to bad We leave tomorrow afternoon.
Only 5 days til New England SPL heads back to Hyannis for the 3rd annual Vehicle Vibes Sound Off. Still have time to get your system installed or tuned and ready for the show. Last year was a great show, this year will be better. Event takes place on Sunday May 27th, registration begins @ 11am. $20 to enter a vehicle. Come see the only KICKER sponsored vehicle on Cape Cod.
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Enjoyed a cook out, (New England for barbecue) at Good Ale Farm on Cape Cod with my daughter Sarah, her husband Scott, Scott's daughter Mikalya and my grandson, the Max-Man. Plenty of friends, good conversation, good food and beer.
The best place in New England for Sun, Sand, and Fun.
Cycle the New England countryside and coast with Event Chair Tom Brady, at the thirteenth annual Best Buddies Challenge: Hyannis Port. We'll ride from Boston through historic New England villages and parks, past the Kennedy Compound, and finish beachside on Cape Cod. Select from a 100, 50 or 20-mile...
Welcome to the website for Nancy de Flon Photography. My collections, which I am constantly expanding, consist primarily, though not exclusively, of images of New York State (especially the Hudson Valley, Adirondacks, Catskills, and New York City), Rhode Island, Cape Cod, New Hampshire, and Sweden. ...
One summer, my daughter and I decided to explore New England. After landing at Plymouth Rock, we headed into Cape Cod. We hopped over to Martha’s Vineyard and made our way to the south-western tip of the island. We parked at the foot of a lighthouse perched on the foggy and windswept cliffs of *** Head and clambered to the top for a view. Before long, we were driven by the wind into a ramshackle café that stood in full view of the Gulf Stream. Not surprisingly, we were the only ones at the counter. I placed my order. The attendant swung around and yelled our selection, “Fish and chips!” to no one in particular. “And an order of gravy for the fries, please, I added. He gawked at me for a moment, then swung around and screamed: “Gr-r-ravy on the fries!” He gave us a thorough look over. “You guys from Canada?” My daughter and I looked at each other. Obviously, the same thoughts were racing through our heads. “Why do you ask?” I asked the attendant. He just shrugged a shoulder. My daughte ...
Are you a lady runner in the Massachusetts/New England area or in the Milwaukee, Chicago, Madison area? Have some connections in your running community or keep a blog? ZOOMA Cape Cod and ZOOMA Great Lakes are looking for "connectors". You help promote the race and get some swag and free entry. Contact me to help you get in touch with the coordinator.
Cape Cod bound for the PAII New England conference! Can't wait to see our fellow innkeepers!
I had occasion to run an errand this morning, which took me down a route I had not driven yet this season since arriving in New Hampshire. The road winds through three small, tidy villages, past farmsteads, small businesses, past many homes, some beautiful, some not so much. I noticed the old yellow Grange Hall needs work; its paint job is peeling badly, and the exterior staircase seems saggy. There is one outstanding little white church set back in one village, an antique wood-framed sanctuary, with a steeple taller that its open Cape Cod style main building. I know from experience that it is heated in winter with a wood stove. I have held a candle for warmth while singing Christmas hymns in it. The road is lined along most of its length with stone walls, many of them the tumbled-down, lichen covered walls of antiquity, perhaps two hundred years old, some "improved" by cleaning and ordering, some mortared neatly, with capstones, some newly built walls not of fieldstone, but imported quarry stone, oddly e ...
The 56th Second Parish Arts Festival in Hingham will feature the work of dozens of artists from Boston, the South Shore, Cape Cod and other parts of New England. It opens May 3 and will run through May 13.
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