Bits of reed belong in seawater. Plastic bags do not.
Above, the Wellfleet Gardeners weed, scratch the soil, and dig in an volunteer effort to beautify the intersection of Main Street and Route 6.
A movie is being shot in town.
This week we planted seven Leyland Cypress trees in an attempt to hide the neighbor’s dream retirement home.
There will be an informational meeting this afternoon at five at the library regarding banning plastic bags in town.
How do you plan to celebrate Earth Day?
AIM Thrift Shop already has planters. Look at how beautiful the flower arrangements are!
Don't forget to stop in at the Wellfleet Historical Society Museum this weekend.
I always check the white board at the library. Do you?
What an extraordinary day.
Few blossoms in the garden, but Wellfleet artists will come into flower this weekend.
How many of you are dreaming of summer today?
Love Cape Cod? Love New England? Best join the effort to close the nuclear power plant in Plymouth.
What a great morning on Cape Cod, albeit a bit chilly.
Don’t miss the Clothing Swap at Preservation Hall tomorrow, Wednesday, 5 to 7.
A cataclysm is taking place here in the woods.
Sven and I went to the beach today to see if walking was possible yesterday.
The book I have enjoyed the most over the past three months is Charles Baxter’s new short story collection.
Hear this: PB Boulangerie Bistro now offers lunch! How about stopping by to celebrate the beginning of April?
The Chamber of Commerce has published its new guide to Wellfleet.
Émigré, 95 Years in the Life of a Russian Count by Paul Grabbe
Giveaway ends March 15, 2015. See the giveaway details at Goodreads.