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Seasonal preferences are often a bone of contention for those who enjoy cooking out of doors. Some of us can only stomach summer time meals like burgers and grilled BBQ. I personally have always enjoyed the Fall season with the multicolored landscape and wonderful harvest season. Seafood thrives this time of year as well.
A new little league field will be built in Hyannis, we have an update on the West Barnstable shooting range, and we find out how the first week of school went for Barnstable students.
On my restaurant menu the other night was this description for Five Spices Chicken:
“Roasted steroid and antibiotic free semi-boneless chicken......”
Cape will impact Primary fights from Gov. Council to Gov. race/Football too!
Details from last night's Town Council meeting on this episode of Barnstable Today.
The shark attack in Plymouth Wednesday prompted swimming bans at town beaches in America's Hometown. However, I have heard nothing of any restrictions being in place in Bourne.
Town Council meets tonight, we have details about what is on the agenda. Plus, the Cape Cod Commission wants to make one local roadway safer, you'll find out where.
"It was the Law of the Sea, they said. Civilization ends at the waterline. Beyond that, we all enter the food chain, and not always right at the top.."... Hunter S. Thompson
Two kayakers were attacked by a Great White Shark Wednesday in Plymouth, as they paddled around in Cape Cod Bay.
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.
Time and Tide wait for no man, and the feeling is mutual.
Beaches are not permanent things. Waves, wind and rain erode beaches, and shifting sands go where they may. It's how the world works, and how it worked for a long, long time before man arrived and started building along the coasts.