I think it’s high time for me to share some more photos and memories of our vacation, don’t you? When last we met we were beaching, eating, and drinking. And well, frankly, not much has changed and I couldn’t be happier about that.
Here’s a play-by-play or our day-to-day activities.
Beach knitting. I’ve been knitting these socks for-ev-er but they are finally getting close to being finished.
Burrata with our homegrown tomatoes and basil. So delicious and the perfect appetizer for . . .
Lobster! We had a lobster feast with Kim and her family. Messy and delicious and the perfect summer evening meal.
Hannah, Jess, Eryk and Patrick arrived!
We attended a beautiful wedding. My friend Tracy’s son got married (conveniently) on Cape Cod and it was a gorgeous affair. The bride and groom sailed out on this boat for photos. It doesn’t get more scenic than that.
Snacks and cocktails.
And games. Our favorite is still Quiddler but we also love playing Bananagrams and Pass the Pigs and Phase 10.
Fried dough for breakfast thanks to Chef Dale.
And knitting at the kitchen table. Yes, I have actually worked on the shawl I started back in May.
The flies at the main beach were brutal so I took myself to the associastion beach at the end of our road. It was peaceful (I was the only one there!) and lovely and I read the afternoon away.
Dale snorkeled. He loves to float along and look for sea creatures.
We had dinner out with the kids. This is us toasting Kym and Tom from across the miles for their 35th wedding anniversary.
A visit to a local farm stand for fresh corn. It’s a beautiful spot.
An afternoon at the beach. Abita Strawberry Lager made it extra special.
I call this one, stand back, girls, he’s all mine.
And evening snacks. This was followed by steaks on the grill accompanied by corn on the cob and baked potatoes. It’s almost as classic as lobster.
A day of shopping in Hyannis accompanied by my dear friend Doreen.
And it culminated with dinner at the Raw Bar for lobster roll number 2.
And Dale singing a couple of songs with the local talent. So fun!
The week is slipping away from us but I’m going to hold on to these last days with all my might!