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This is the first summer we've been in Brewster without a Jeep bearing Cape & Islands license plates and resident beach, yacht club, and dump stickers. But I found out, playing tourist, that we could park there after 3 PM.
Since Cape Cod's shores are so hidden one's eyes turn inland to the charming narrow roads and lanes...
which, in June, are edged by incredible banks of field flowers...yellow and orange lilies, Russian sage, painted daisies, lavender, roses of every kind,usually pink. Grass so green it hurts your eyes!
And it seems every single greyshingled house is the backdrop for glorious blue hyrangeas.
Many of these old stones date to the 1600s, though most are illegible now after four hundred years of Cape Cod weather.
And here's an herb garden in the front of a grey clapboard house built in the 1600s.
Isn't it charming? Cape Cod, in its summer blues!
And surely we'll be back! Circumstances robbed us of our ice cream cones at Cobie's or Kate's! Yeah, we'll definitely return.
There's that magic, right?