Tuesday, July 20, 2010


I walked all those delightful 954 steps across the saltmarsh. I've been to Wellfleet any number of times, but this is the first time I found this bridge!


Marion said...

How amazingly beautiful...you must be enjoying your time! I love bridges for whatever reason, and take photos whenever I find one! Thanks for sharing these beauties!!!

willow said...

Beautiful. I love the little cairn in your opening pic.

Robin said...

Suki, these are beautiful photos!
You are a great "Tour Guide" as you reveal all the beauties of the Cape.


♥ Robin ♥

...louciao... said...

This is fun. It looks a lot like areas close to where I live in New Brunswick. Seems like you're really enjoying being part of such great scenery. It's a treat to see where you've been.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

What an interesting addition to your trip.

Blue Sky Dreaming said...

You are having a great time...I can tell. The photos are just great!

Lynn said...

my kind of photos suki...i love them all...glad you are enjoying some summer time joys!!!

Mim said...

what fun

marianne said...

Looks great over there!
I am happy you are having a good time!

studio lolo said...

oh Suki, you're in your element, I can tell! The photos are wonderful...I too love the cairn one. And that lobster shack, so typical new England!

That bridge looks a bit new. Perhaps it wasn't there the last time you were in Wellfleet.

I got your postcard today. What a sweet surprise, thank you!

Keep having fun. That's an important part of our journey ;)

Katiejane said...

Sounds to me like you need to move back there! I'm so happy that you are having a good time, Suki. I believe you needed this little getaway and perhaps the answers are all right here.
Love the bridge and all the other photos.

Anonymous said...

And did you walk the 400 feet from the parking lot? (wink)

~Babs said...

Great shots Suki, what a fabulous place,,,super header.
My favorite is the stack of rocks,,,and I can't believe I've lived this long and had never heard a stack of rocks called a cairn.Old dogs can learn, can't they?

kj said...

oh! oh suki, we belong here, don't you think?

you have made my heart flutter.

great photos. the header was all i needed.

love love

Lesley said...

Suki, I just love your photos - they are so personal and intimate - much nicer than a travel book, and more revealing.
I also love the little cairn - did you assemble it, or find it?
It all looks peaceful - I hope you are finding peace.