Looking out across the marsh last evening you’d never know it was the first day of summer – the sea look gray-blue and mighty stormy.
We’ve had an unusually gray, wet spring thus far on the Cape, worst in a decade they say.
But the clammy clime hasn’t stopped Cape Cod summer fever for those who have come for the clambakes and the water sports.
Nor has it slowed down the ospreys who’ve come for the breeding season…
Which appears to be flying along smoothly thus far with fish aplenty!
The fishing’s been good for another of our summertime guests, too, as we see the great egrets are out there casting their nets each and every day.
Gardeners who’ve been wringing their hands over the damp, sunshine-less spring are starting to see some real signs of hope.
Check out this stunning purple bellflower…
And this drop-dead-gorgeous yellow loosestrife!
On my way home last evening, I heard sounds from deep inside this hollowed out tree; a young flicker calling wildly to its Mum.
And at another tree nearby, this young starling was peeking out its head to wish me an early “Happy summer, Sally, what time’s the clambake”?!
Whether your summer days are filled with play or with work, I hope you all find some time to get outside and see some of the natural wonders of the season.
They’re all out there, just waiting for you! 😉