Welcome to Cape Cod

We've had the pleasure of spending two weeks exploring Cape Cod this summer. We've enjoyed some beach time, biking, boat watching and lobstah eating.

Before coming here I had a vague idea of what Cape Cod was but really didn't know much about the area. Here's a map to help you visualize where Cape Cod is and where the campgrounds are we stayed in:

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Everywhere you look you'll find nautical influences-

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We spent many hours around the water while on the cape watching boats go by. This is the Cape Cod Canal that separates the cape from the main land. There's a great paved trail on both sides of the canal for biking or walking (or running in you're a runner).

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Being so close to the sea means affordable Lobstah!!! (Lobstah is how Lobster is pronounced up here). We've learned to cook it ourselves, so far the lobsters we've cooked have submitted to the boiling water with out too much of a fight.

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