CapeCodToday Blog Chowder

Cape Cod Flash Mob

A little Anarchy is a good mixer with Patriotism. This went down July 4th at the Orleans Stop&Shop.

So whom do you believe?

Cape Wind, Clean Power Now, CC Today,  The Alliance?

Not that this is breaking news by any means, I just do not recall seeing it anywhere.
Does anyone remember that highly touted 2007 CSI poll stating the overwhelming support of Cape Wind throughout Massachusetts?

Sox Update, Cape Schedule


New York Yankees 50 33 .602

Boston Red Sox 49 35 .583 1.5 games back

Tampa Bay Rays 47 38 .553 4 games back

The Sox lost yesterday, 9-7, to the Toronto Blue Jays. They lost no ground on the Yankees, who spoiled Derek Jeter's return with a loss to Cleveland.

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Two Woofers!

Here is the pet for this week:

Hi, we are Charlie and Rosie!

We were brought to the adoption center when our owner's home was forclosed. We are very friendly lap dogs who love to go for walks and play. We are very bonded to each other and would like to be adopted together. We get along well with other dogs, cats and children. We would do great in any home.

Conserving Water

Everyone loves a sunny, beautiful summer, but lack of rainfall is a problem and some areas of the country are experiencing drought.  The Old Farmer’s Almanac predicts summer will be drier and slightly cooler than normal, with the hottest periods in mid- and late June, early July, and early to mid-August. New England hasn’t seen drought yet, but conserving water is always important.  Below are some everyday solutions to help you save water and money!

Plane Lands In Cranberry Bog, Orleans Pedestrian Accident

Flawless Emergency Landing

People in the South Meadow Road section of Plymouth very nearly got a fireworks show of a sinister nature this July 4th. A single-engine Cessna developed engine problems, and had to make an emergency landing in a Plymouth cranberry bog.

We don't have the name of the pilot yet, but the plane was a Cessna 152 single engine two seater.

When your thyroid isn't right, nothing is right.

Our thyroids basically set the tone for how much our bodies work.  It is like setting the idle on your car.  When your idle is high, your engine runs fast, even in nuetral.  That is what is happening when your thyroid is overactive, called hyperthyroid.  We all know what "hyper" means in our everyday vernacular.  It really fits here.  A person with hyperthyroidism will often be jittery, easily overheated, and sleepless.