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In like Lion, Out like Lamb…

March 10th, 2013 by Beth Colt

Spring is in the air, and despite a three day storm where Old Mother Nature huffed and puffed and tried to blow our house down, the crocuses are popping with longer sunnier days reminding me that summer is right around the corner.

I guess that blooming witch hazel in an inch of snow, followed by crazy high tides from our most recent two storms are pretty normal for March on Cape Cod, but sometimes the schizophrenia of season-shifting leaves me scratching my head and wondering … what coat should I wear?  Slushy rain, followed by freezing rain, followed by plain old rain, followed by plenty of mud is about how I would describe it from my shoes point of view.

I am enjoying getting out of the house on long walks with my “Weekend Wellness” guests — customers who bought a two night package including power walks and a wellness seminar.   This weekend, I walked three hours with people from the Inn, showing them all over Woods Hole from Penzance Point to Nobska Lighthouse.  I love the oohs and aahs of newcomers to the dinghy-cluttered yards in town, the massive lawns on the outskirts, and everywhere the vistas with ferries coming and going like toy boats out to entertain us.  Views + fresh air = a clear mind.  Add a camera in my hand and I am particularly happy.

Here is a photo essay of the many facets of weather I have seen just in the last two weeks.  I hope you enjoy it, and maybe consider joining us some day in the fabulously quiet off-season.

Snow on Cape Cod Romantic walks on Cape Cod Beach between storms in Woods Hole, MA Stoney Beach on a stormy day Flooding on Cape Cod, Woods Hole, March storm Extremely high tides in Woods Hole Nobska Light views to Martha's Vineyard Eel Pond after the storm, Woods Hole flowers coming up for spring largest Beech tree in Woods Hole Flotsam and jetsom on beach after storm in Woods Hole

3 Responses to “In like Lion, Out like Lamb…” Comments are currently closed.

  1. Cela donne envie de vous rencontrer

  2. sukey says:

    Beth, you take such evocative photographs and you bring the lovely village of Woods Hole to life when you share these stories of you walks and your day to day adventures in the fishing village. Thank you for blogging about it.

  3. Patricia says:

    What great photos. You do an awesome job, wetting the appetite for us to come visit! One day soon!

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