Fall is in the air, and the leaves are threatening to turn. Walking the beaches near Woods Hole, stunning vistas to Martha’s Vineyard as the light settles down. Maybe the phosphorescence will glimmer mysteriously in the tides. For sure, the harvest moon of the Wampanoags will fill the sky with her iridescent glamor and whisper into the souls of hardened Cape Codders about the summers to come. Winter may be around the corner, but summer will always return.
October 4th, 2009 by Beth Colt
The moon will be full tonight over Cape Cod.
It’s still 70 degrees at 4 o’clock this afternoon and the light is sparkling over Woods Hole’s Great Harbor. Cape Cod in fall — quieter, just as warm, less humid…this is why the Europeans flock here in this season.
Don’t miss out. It’s sublime.