Let the sun shine at the public Dennis Port beach

By now, my dear wife Karen and I know exactly where to go for the public ocean beach closest to the Happy Cottage in Dennis Port. It’s a mere couple of miles down Depot Road, tucked amid the private places reserved for renters. The sign said the daily parking fee is up to $20 for…

I get crackin’ at Sesuit Harbor Cafe

Sesuit Harbor Cafe is the place that turned me on to the boiled lobster plate. So faced with the in-shell delight, I put on my game face. I grab the nut crackers and get to the sweet meat. Hover over a gallery photo for a description. Click on an image for a description. As for…

Ellie B takes a dip

Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle is not a one-route dog. We can go left instead of right when get to the end of the lane. Our cherished rescue mutt indeed wants to sniff the eggs and the honey, but my dear wife Karen and I manage to pull her past with a whispered word. We…

I see lobster, I eat it

A dinner at The Oyster Company has become a tradition for my dear wife Karen and I. We don’t even have to drive to arrive to their fine dining. One block over, three blocks down, and I’m ready to order the Cioppino. It’s one of their entrée staples, but I ask for it my own…

So plentiful, so powerful, so Rhododendron

They are everywhere I look, mid-June in Cape Cod. You cannot escape the Rhododendron. Left to their own accord, quite obviously, they grow large. Walking with my dear wife Karen and Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle, I snapped away with my iPhone 6s. Hover over a gallery photo for a description. Click on an image…

Ellie B enjoys the vacation life of Cape Cod

Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle appreciates the Cape Cod lifestyle, too. It’s not all lounging around. We take her on a daily walk away from the Happy Cottage. One of our regular routes takes us through the village of Dennis Port. The surrounding blocks this year pass an interesting construction project. Hover over a gallery…