Chatham celebrated Spring Fling this weekend with the Blessing of the Fleet, a "tour de Chatham", lots of activities downtown and tours of the lighthouse. I had never been up in the lighthouse before, so I dragged P and my nephew J with me. (K was working, B was at MIT making robots). The view was fantastic and I really wish I had more room to move around up there. As a bit of advice, do not wear a skirt when you are climbing up a lighthouse ladder. I am sure I gave the retired Coast Guard man a peek along with a few other tourists. (You are welcome or I'm sorry).
This is Lighthouse Beach.
This is a picture of the actual light in the lighthouse.
P is now very used to me saying 'stand over there and smile'.
This is another lighthouse in Chatham (Stage Harbor Lighthouse) and you could see it from our bird's eye view.
P's down there at the bottom. Should have brought the other lens so I didn't have to stand across the yard just to get this picture.
I know that they have tours often in the summer, so if you are down, head on in! Remember, just don't wear a skirt.
What a beautiful place to visit, the view is amazing.
Gorgeous views! The lighthouse is a treasure.
Please please please can someone send me summer-time. You are so lucky to live in such a beautiful area and get to enjoy those lovely blue skies
Oh boy, I wish I could be there...
Have a good week ahead!
Looks like a beautiful weekend. Gorgeous lighthouse.
AND to think we live here all year round! Great pictures Sue!
Love your blog header line, "Come and get your feet wet in my world." Clever girl you to come up with that for a Cape Cod blog!
The beach scenes are phenomenal and I for one LOVE me a good lighthouse.
No skirts and bring the other lens.
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