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April 16, 2012

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I love the cape, and first encounter beach, in particular. Thanks for the trip down memory lane. I was there last June for my yearly spring vacation- sadly, this years funds are a bit tight, and I might not be able to go, but the pictures brought back so many fond memories that I feel as if I never left! Thanks for bringing me to my happy place! :)

The little beach shacks are so cute! I love the Cape and my husband and I have been dying to get back there- hopefully we will be able to this summer. They may be small but I can only imagine they would be pretty cozy for the two of us. It's always tough to find an affordable beach house rental so something like one of those would be perfect!

It looks like you had a really great time. The sunset picture is breathtaking. Cape Cod is one of my favorite vacation spots and my family and I go there every summer. I am actually looking at Cape Cod vacation rentals right now and cant wait for summer!

Do you remember what shop that was??? Ive been searching for that place ever since I went there. I loved the lanterns!!

So beautiful! I don't even know what they are called, but seeing the beach fences and long grasses & dunes is something I'd love to experience in person. I'm trying to piece together my family tree that branches from pilgrims, John Alden & Priscilla Mullins...thank goodness, for ancestory.com It is always fascinating to read the history of the beginning of our democracy.

WOW!!! Susan I am in awe of that house. The trim is just beautiful.
Just to think how they made that trim back then by hand and so beautiful. Those tiny beach houses do look like Monopoly houses, did you pass go and collect your $200...:) You had an awesome weekend, good for you two.

Looks like a perfect weekend. I've spent many long weekends at the Cape and your good photos are a bright evocation. Love them!

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