The first snowfall of the season, lovely Christmas decorations, and a whole lot of gorgeous woodwork.
On the underside of the arm.
In hindsight, I really should have gotten some pictures of the multitude of shark warnings.
So named because was the first place the folks from the Mayflower encountered the locals.
And where we see the difference between the Atlantic side, and the bay side…
Or, the incredible beauty of a whole lot of sand.
This is a neat place to visit in Cape Cod – not only are there gardens, but there’s a collection of antique cars, and a few art galleries scattered about the grounds.
They also have a really cool hidden children’s garden, and some great programs, even if it does mean that the adults are being followed around the grounds by the sound of a children’s band from the event garden. It was a cool place to wander around.
I’d definitely like to go back on late Spring- there are a ton of rhodies that must look amazing. We did hit the hydrangea and day lily collections in full bloom, which were lovely.