It’s still Spring (June 21 is the 1st day of Summer) and the northern hemisphere is supposed to be slowly warming up but it suddenly got warmer than usual in the short time when we were up in Cape Cod, yes, we were caught in a heatwave, a tropical heatwave… (like the Ella Fitzgerald song goes).
Nevertheless, we explored Provincetown and Chatham.
I found the buildings and little streets simply beautiful and filled with history and took some photos to share.
The Frying Pan Gallery
Door color matching road lines ~ strikingly charming.
Meeting House & Preschool (sideview)
The Front of the Meeting House & Preschool
Little street shops ~ see Ice Cream & Fudge? 😛
The Public Library – set up in 1895.
Old cart-wheel and driftwood furniture ~ probably an artist lives here.
Street serenity – no large buses, no bumper to bumper, no smog.
House with a garden (& path), right along the main road.
Another main road house with arty décor and a beautiful garden.
Restored old Fire Comfort Station, 189 Commercial St., Provincetown.
A side street with beautiful cedar-shingle buildings.
I kept wondering, while walking the streets and absorbing the beauty … when Summer and Fall ends, what does Winter bring?