More views from the Cape. (and a big announcement in the next post) There is beauty everywhere.
Teal Vans on a black and white checked floor. Sublime.
On the Cape there is art everywhere – you simply have to look for it
Even the beaches are interesting.
Weathered pier at Provincetown.
People hide treasures all over the place. This Buddha was tucked within a garden. Cape Cod is an incredibly tolerant place.
Need to calm down? Follow this view to the ends of the world.
Evening walk with my daughter on the beach.
The weather changes quickly on the Cape. When we arrived at this beach it was sunny. Within a few minutes we were told to get out of the water. A few minutes later we were told to evacuate the beach. A minute later we were told to run. Respect the weather.
These are the last photos from our family vacation, but check out the next post to see what’s coming.
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2 responses to “Lesson 1572- Life lessons I want my kids to know”
I say,the pics are good.Producing peaceful atmosphere!
Loved the beach pictures. I love NH too… but I miss the smell of the ocean. I don’t miss the changing temperament though. I remember my GrandMother in Law always saying … Oh, here comes that ol’ East Wind, mixing things up. 🙂