Chatham, MA or online at http://www.booksonthecape.
Welcome to the land where seasons are about as confused as box turtle is in a round swimming pool. (ok stop and think on that for a bit), or a New Jersey driver in a round-about. (Sorry, but Iwas born in Philly and know about them Jersey drivers, Being funny dah). Anyway, 60 degrees one day and the next we are getting cumulative snow. What is up with this, I am just hoping for all the kiddies that we do end up with a white Christmas. Well getting on with the reporting of the stations business, the sea's have been calm from the standpoint of any major incidence happening, so nothing big happening there. As far as our winter gathering and display, last week was the first weekend and we had a great time roasting marshmallows, drinking hot chocolate and talking about what it was like in the lighthouse stations during the Christmas season. We have several more to go before Christmas and two after. So come and join us, the tower will not be open, unless we get the special permission to open it up on Christmas Day and that has not come through yet. The grounds are open all the time as you know, and the view is still spectacular from the lookout point, and the dunes and grasslands are still explorable. So even though it is the fall (winter does not come till December 21) we still have things to do here. If you have a group that would like to do a fall tour please give us a call and we will be happy to set you up. These appointment tours and the school kids tours are the only tours we do during the off season, so if you drive by and see folks there, that's what is going on. Thank you for understanding. Now I know this is not long but, hey not much happening, which is good sometimes. I hope you have a wonderful holiday season and especially if you can do it right here on old Cape Cod.