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Already the sun is setting much earlier than it was Labor Day, the air is substantially cooler and I don't think I have mowed the lawn since the last week of August. Great on my electric bill since I have a plug in mower, I don't mow and I don't have to worry about the electric bill. Still looking for a way to afford the Scallop Festival but just don't think it's going to work again this year, really bits cause the weather looks like it is going to be outstanding. Besides saving my pennies for the Oyster Festival in October.
Over the next 4 weeks will be one of the reasons I moved to the Cape. The only problem is Im not a millionaire and I'm not crapping a ship load of money. So I am having to pick and choice which festivals I can afford and which ones I want to really go out and find those extra pennies, nickels, and dimes in the sofa and easy chair. These festivals both on the Cape and just off Cape will be an experience you will not want to miss. These festivals celebrate one the most iconic events that of our little spit of land has to offer, the Harvest of the Cranberries.
Star light star bright, how many stars can I see tonight. Is a walk in store tonight? I don't too often run into pure writers block, It's like talking, I am rarely without a word, or thought. I have opinions, I have concepts, Im a dreamer, a poet, an artist, so ideas just aren't an issue for me. Yet every once in a while it hits, and nothing. Either I have thought it, shared it, told it before. Everything seems to start to sound alike or it just does not make sense.
Well as we start to wind down from the normal season and transition into our second season the weather seems to ramping up again. If you enjoy cooler weather this past season has been your year for experiencing the Cape. Not overly warm, and not overly rainy, some would say just about right. Me on the other hand could have used a few more days in the 80s and a few less cloudy days. I love the beach and I love being out in the sun. So as this second season starts I am hoping that we get more days of full sunshine and less of those cloudy days.
Cool evenings and warm sunny days, work all day and take a lazy afternoon to relax at the beach, now this is what I call Cape Cod living. I don't live in the high rent district, I have neighbors that know each other, (ok we know each others pooches names better than the owners names but still.) Family coming to visit, and even as much as you love them you are also happy to see them go home.
Well I have to admit, tonight 8-13-14 was a very special evening. I have told you in the past that the places I support I don't ask for anything from them, and I expect nothing from them. I write about our local businesses because I believe in supporting those those live here, work here, and play right here on Cape Cod.