Friday, December 5 Holiday Carol Sing at Nobska Lighthouse 5:30 PM Join us for a festive seasonal sing along followed by hot chocolate and cookies. Historic Nobska Lighthouse, Nobska Road, Woods Hole. Saturday, December 6 3rd Annual Jingle Jog 5K Run & Elf Run sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts & Anytime Fitness Registration 8-9 am, Elf Run 9:30 am, […]
Posts Tagged ‘Winter’
MV Chilifest (also known as the Big Chili Contest) is right around the corner on January 24, 2015 this year! Start getting excited for the fun of the ferry ride packed with happy people headed to the big tent with all you can eat chili donated from local restaurants, live music and plenty of cold […]
The cold air biting at your lungs with every deep breath, the weight of the sled in your mitten-ed hand, the bright sunlight glinting off acres of hot white snow, there is nothing better than a clear sunny day right after a deep snowfall for sledding on Cape Cod. Yesterday was just such a day […]
Skating on a pond with the sky all around you — the marsh in frozen suspension all dusty brown, the birds eyeing you skeptically — is one of the most exhilarating parts of winter in New England. Last year, it never got cold enough for the salty ponds to freeze, but this season we got […]
The Martha’s Vineyard Chilifest is coming up this weekend, on Saturday January 28th in Oak Bluffs on Martha’s Vineyard. I blogged a lot about this last year so look here OR here for more photos and information about my experience at the 2011 version. FAQ’s about Chilifest – How do I get tickets? This is […]
Becoming an innkeeper is a curious transition that starts with worrying about all the little details (do we have enough toilet paper? Is the boiler working?) and eventually transforms to a place where the small interactions with one’s guests can make or break a year. On that front, 2011 is a very good year. Thus […]
Experienced TV Writers fly in from West Coast to lead Woods Hole seminar.
Quicks Hole travels to the Martha’s Vineyard Chilifest – a day in photos.