19 July 2011

Tiggerific Tuesday's BLOG HOP

A spectacular view
 My theme for this weeks blog hop is Summer Fun. These pictures were taken while on Summer vacation and they remind me of how much fun we had. It doesn't matter where you are as long as your with the people you love and are having fun. Some are from a lake not far from our home and some were taken in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Cape Cod is another one of our favorite places to go for a vacation, not only is the food great but the beaches there can't be beat. It is home to three beaches that are part of The National Seashore. President John Kennedy deemed this part of Cape Cod a special place and it was to be protected. There are beaches all along the east coast that are part of the National Seashore.
The beaches cover both sides of Cape Cod. It is like an island surrounded by the sea, one side ocean the other the bay, so you have many choices to check out the surf and sand. But, one of our favorite family activities is Pirate Mini Golf, so much fun that we go 2 or 3 times.

I can't rave enough about the food and if you like seafood you are in the right place. From award- winning New England Clam Chowder which we have everyday to lobster rolls and clam bakes, it is just heaven..
Fun on Summer Vacation

Cool Ships in Cape Cod

View from the back of our Boat

Please feel free to tell me your favorite vacation spot.
Thanks for sharing and stopping by..
Thanks to the Magical Mouse School house for hosting!!!
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  1. Great pics, looks like fun!

  2. Beautiful pictures!

    Bitten by the Disney Bug

  3. I love the beach photo.
    New follower from Tiggerific Tuesday.
    Hope you follow back.

  4. Following u back from the Tuesday blog hop

  5. Beautiful pictures! Thanks for visiting my blog.

    Bookgirl @ My Magical Adventures

  6. Great pics. I especially like the Pirates Cove one. Hahaha.

  7. We were on the Cape for the first time last summer...normally we do MV. We loved it! Where's Pirate Golf?