Jen and I were discussing how Cape kids were funny in that we pretty much stayed in our own towns, or would congregate at the Mall in Hyannis. As a result, she's spent little time in Sandwich and I've spent very little time in Falmouth. It always seemed like it was 'so far away' and I'd almost rather go to Boston or PTown instead of 'all the way to Falmouth'. It's so stupid cause it's less than 20 miles away. Boston is like 55 miles and PTown over 60.
So because of that, this is the first time I've ever been to Old Silver Beach. It's really popular in summer of course but they charge a lot to park.
It was an incredibly still & clear day on the water. That's looking out into Buzzards Bay, at the Cleveland Ledge Lighthouse which I've featured in posts from my trips to Scraggy Neck.
We both found decent beach glass hauls from here!
Doesn't the water look tropical?
Next we stopped at The Stone Store. This is so incredibly worth stopping to see. There are so many crystals, stones, and all kinds of stuff made from them, hanging things, carvings, etc. Fossils. I'm definitely going back there again.
Next stop was to the town landing for a few more snappies.
Next stop was Chapoquoit Beach for more great glass finds!
Quite a few off leash doggies who were extremely enthusiastic about being at the beach. I wish I could trust Sagan off leash but I really don't, that's why I didn't bring him. He hasn't been around dogs, other than Pepper, for many years. I'd have to try doggie daycare first to get him used to it again.
This was my haul! Jen found a bunch of great pieces too!