I will be the first to admit…a few months ago I did not really “get” Twitter. What was that crazy feed of posts and who were all these people posting? What was with the “#’s” all over the place and why were people so comfortable with the outrageous statement? It all seemed totally crazy to […]
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What is it about actors that captures your imagination and makes you want to know more about them? You look at Sam Waterston’s familiar face and you think — is he like that guy he played on “Law and Order”? Is he funny? Is he smart? Does he really know how to write a great […]
Woods Hole in snow, Landfall Restaurant, Winter Walks, Quicks Hole, Snow in LA
I ran out of steam paying bills at my desk and decided to take a walk around the Eel Pond this afternoon. The clear, still air is colder than usual today in Woods Hole. My brisk walk while the sun was setting revealed boats, houseboats and summer docks stashed for winter. Despite the feeling of […]
Chilifest Package at the Woods Hole Inn. A hot Chili deal.
One couple from NYC takes the innkeeper up on her offer of walking tours of Woods Hole, a fascinating tour with amazing visuals back to the earliest settlers of this village by the sea.
From our summer guest blogger Caroline Matthews: I’ve had the great opportunity to live like a genuine Cape Codder: on the water. The nights are always cool and comfortable out on the back porch and the mornings start right at 6:45 thanks to the friendly folks at the Steamship Authority. What to do when you’ve […]
I’m pretty fond of chugging along in my dated 12 MPG Suburban back in Texas, but after being hired by an eco-friendly inn and restaurant, I figured I’d trade in my tank for a bike or a better pair or tennis shoes. I was so thrilled to explore the nooks and crannies of the village […]
Downstairs from the Inn, we are lucky to be neighbors with an amazing little restaurant called Quicks Hole. Open for lunch and dinner, this place is beyond the bomb-dot-com. Our favorite part about it is their commitment to going green. Like us, they support local farmers and fisherman, use compostable takeaway products and generally do […]
I took a walk in Spohr Gardens the other day. It was so quiet in the woods, with these cool old millstones lining the path that leads down to the pond. Along the pond there is a spot to launch a canoe or kayak, and a collection of huge old metal objets like anchors and […]
Swimming in warm water saves souls.
It’s hot on Fourth of July, but the iced tea and lobster tacos make it better.
WHOOSH your way around town on this unique old-school trolley.
Life is short without the Landfall.