Sights and sound of the cape here. (50 MB file)<br><br>Just a few clips from the cottage and the bay. The bench my friend Lou decided to paint. More accurately pastels. He asked me to help so I did the right side he did the left. Fun way to spend a couple hours but, pastels on soft wood turned out to be a rather difficult medium. The beach shots are from a beach that was just down the road from the cottage. This time of year the water in the bay is like bath water. A sharp contrast to the beaches on the ocean side where the water is too cold for me. But, plenty of people go in. The high tide shots at sunset are the same bay side beach. Just a little further down. Unfortunately the video camera can't do justice the sunset. We stayed in the same cottage last year and I think it's going to be an annual tradition. I definitely look forward each year to swimming in the bay. <br><br>***Leoville
Nice, man. Where on the Cape? We used to rent a cottage in Truro, on the P-Town line years ago. Only did it for a few years, usually in mid-August, and we loved it. Nothin' like the Cape. Thanks for the video. <br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>But Barry Manilow? Oy... <br><br>
The first time I went there when the tide was going out I think I walked a half mile and the water was still up to my ankles. Amazing that in a few hours that much water can move out.<br><br>***Leoville
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