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Most often, I feel shy or hesitant about attending a large event.  I considered whether to attend Big Nick’s Ride for Cape Cod’s Fallen, which takes place in my hometown of Yarmouth, MA. 538 more words


Jimmy Herron Report-Duke/Orleans Firebirds

In the first installment of the Cape Cod hitters to watch, I profiled Duke outfielder Griffin Conine. However I left off the other Duke stud, Jimmy Herron. 426 more words

Great whites spotted near Maryland, New Jersey beaches as Mid-Atlantic waters heat up

Their names are Mary Lee, Katharine and Hilton. During the summer months, they like to hang out relatively close to beaches along the Mid-Atlantic. They are great swimmers. 538 more words


Hello all – can you believe it’s July 23rd? Wow, time sure is moving fast.

I wanted to send a quick note and let you know I am singing this Thursday at Bismore Park on Hyannis Harbor as a part of the…

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Cape Cod League Pitchers(Part One)

No big intro today, let’s jump right into the pitchers.

RHP Griffin Roberts(Jr.-Wake Forest)-Wareham Gateman

Draft eligible sophomore Griffin Roberts was drafted in the 29th round by the Minnesota Twins, but he decided that he was going to return to Wake Forest for his junior season. 694 more words

Lee's Landscape: Waterscape

I picked a different location for this one: this is from the first lighthouse we visited (we only went to two), Nobska Point Lighthouse.

And another one from the beach in Sandwich.


Falifornia: Falmouth, Massachusetts

Cape Cod had been on my travel itinerary since childhood. Not only had it featured in the childhood fictions I loved, but in the children’s atlas where I learned to feel excited about the variety in the world and eager to see it all. 570 more words