December 30, 2020 – White Crest Beach – Massachusetts

Today Wilma and I Adventured to White Crest Beach in Wellfleet, Massachusetts, part of Cape Cod. White Crest Beach is known for the large sand dunes, and rough waters making it a popular beach for surfers. The beach is long and wide and is reportedly less crowded then other locations in Cape Cod. The beach is not handicap accessible.

We had a sun-rising Adventure to White Crest Beach. We arrived at about 7am to find only one other car in the parking lot and not a sole in sight. The beach was instantly gorgeous, the sun-rising, and the views spectacular. We began our trek down the gigantic sand dune to the beach below, quite a fantastic entrance. We headed straight to the water and checked on the views down the beach. The sand dunes framed the beach adding quite the grandeur. We began our walk along the water and at various times also headed toward the dune to check out the sight (and smells – haha). The waves were crashing, it was so serene, a peaceful oasis. We spent about two hours walking and exploring. We found a couple of tidal pools, and lots of perfectly rounded rocks. Wilma enjoyed walking, some frantic digging, and literally ran circle around me! She was a little uneasy with the loud crashing sound of the waves but was curious to explore the tidal pools. The sky was spectacular and everything about the beach was beyond perfect. White Crest Beach might now be my favorite Massachusetts Beach…so far. We look forward to returning in the future (Rating: 5).

September 12, 2020 – Wellfleet Walking Path – Massachusetts

Today Wilma and I Adventured to the Wellfleet Walking Path in Wellfeet, Massachusetts, part of Cape Cod. The Wellfleet Walking Path is less then one mile in length and can be found in Wellfleet Harbor. The path is handicapped accessible.

We had a simple Adventure to the Wellfleet Walking Path. Another one of those blogs I debate posting but you never know who might be looking for a short, coastal walk. We stopped at the Wellfleet Harbor on our way home to visit and stretch our legs. Upon arrival I realized we had been here before but I do not remember officially exploring the Wellfleet Walking Path. The “path” ran in a “U” shape around a parking lot, with one the opposite side being the coast, and harbor. The path was pretty, but not too special, however we never complain about a walk. Wilma made many human friends on this “path” and wagged her little adorable tail anytime a visitor looked in her direction. She enjoyed chasing the birds, and exploring her new surroundings. A couple times I noticed a foul water small but overall it was a very pleasant spot. Glad we were able to visit the Wellfleet Walking Path today (Rating: 3).