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Cape Cod Rail Trail Bike Rentals and Parking
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Monday, September 24, 2018


Cape Cod Rail Trail Bike Shop

The Cape Cod Rail Trail is something that you’ll surely want to check out during your vacation, but it makes sense to go over the logistics of the outing before you arrive. Are you driving to the Cape? If so, you can always throw a bike rack on your vehicle while you make the journey. But what if you’re flying into the area or you’re unsure if you want to haul your bikes all the way to Cape Cod?

The good news is that not having a bike with you doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the scenery and history of the Cape Cod Rail Trail. All you have to do is locate one of the bicycle rental shops near the trail, and you’re all set.

It’s also smart to learn where the largest parking areas along the trail are positioned. That way, you won’t spend your morning looking for a space when you could be pedaling through the woods or trying one of the great breakfast places near the path.

Here are some of the bike rental shops near the Cape Cod Rail Trail’s various access points.

 

Barb's Bike Shop

Right at the South Dennis Trailhead is Barb's Bike Shop, a full-service store offering bike rentals, repairs, and sales. Every bike rental at this shop comes with a free helmet, and they also have a bike delivery service to locations in Harwich, Yarmouth, and Dennis. The service means you can request a delivery to your vacation rental, so you don't have to worry about transporting it yourself.

 

Dennis Cycle Center

A short distance down the trail in Dennis is the Dennis Cycle Center. This store also offers deliveries, which are free if you rent the bike for more than a day. Repairs and sales are available at the shop, and they even have adult tricycles, tandem bikes, and electric bicycles from which to choose.

 

Old Colony Bikes

There is an area in Harwich where the Cape Cod Rail Trail comes to a fork. If you head north, you'll continue on the Rail Trail, while heading east takes you on the Old Colony Trail. The first section of this secondary trail is also where you'll find Old Colony Bikes, a shop specializing in bike rentals. You can rent for anywhere from half a day to an entire week, depending on how much riding you want to do.

 

Bike Rentals in Brewster

As you come into Brewster, you'll reach Rail Trail Bike & Kayak Shop and Brewster Bike, which are steps from each other. At Rail Trail Bike & Kayak Shop, you can not only rent a bicycle but a kayak or paddleboard, as well. The great thing about this location is that you can leave your vehicle in the parking lot when you head out on the trail before returning at the end of the day. Brewster Bike offers a wide selection of bikes and has a delivery service, as well.

 

Idle Times Bike Shop

If you're planning to enter the trail from Eastham, Orleans, or Wellfleet, Idle Times Bike Shop has you covered. These shops offer rentals, in addition to deliveries throughout the Outer Cape. The Orleans location is right downtown, while the two spots in Eastham are near the Rail Trail and less than a block from each other. The Wellfleet store is north of the Wellfleet Trailhead.

 

Orleans Cycle

Heading to downtown Orleans, you’ll come across Orleans Cycle. This shop is convenient because it sits right where the Rail Trail and Main Street cross, making it easy to access. It's also across the street from Idle Times, so you'll have plenty of options. Keep in mind that for single-day rentals, you must drop the bike off at least an hour before closing time.

 

Mike’s Bike Trail Rentals

A unique place to rent a bicycle is Mike’s Bike Trail Rentals, which runs out of a small trailer at Cape Cod Adventure Golf. This store is just off the Rail Trail and has a large parking area, so you can leave your vehicle while you head out and enjoy the sights. This location doesn't have the same inventory as the others, but if you're looking for a basic bike for a short ride with the family, they've got you covered.

 

Wellfleet Bike Rentals

It’s very simple to explore the trail from Wellfleet Bike Rentals because the bikeway run right behind the shop. The store is in a secluded area on Route 6 that also provides access to the Cape Cod National Seashore, should you want to try something different. Ebikes and electric bikes are offered, too.

 

Little Capistrano Bike Shop

Another shop with multiple locations is Little Capistrano Bike Shop, as it has stores in Wellfleet and Eastham. The Wellfleet shop is right at the trailhead, making it convenient if you’re starting from there. The Eastham store is about a four-minute ride from the trail at the Cape Cod National Seashore Salt Pond Visitor Center, so it’s also a handy spot to head out on the Cape Cod Rail Trail.

 

Where to Park

If you do bring your own vehicle or have a rental car that you wish to leave near the trail, you’ll have a few free options, depending on where you start and end your ride.

The South Dennis Trailhead has a sizable parking area right where the trail begins. There are also a few dining options nearby. Other official Cape Cod Rail Trail parking locations can be found in South Yarmouth, Harwich, Brewster, and Orleans. There is a brand new lot in South Yarmouth right near Stop & Shop. The lot in Harwich is near Hinckleys Pond, the Brewster spaces are across the street from Ferretti's Market, and the Orleans parking area is in the heart of downtown.

If you start in the north, the Wellfleet Trailhead also has a large parking lot. You can also park at the Cape Cod National Seashore at the Salt Pond Visitors Center or in the Marconi Beach area for free.

As was mentioned, some bike shops will let you leave your vehicle there while you head on the trail. Inquire prior to arrival if parking is an important feature for you.

 

Getting Out on the Trail

You’ll have so many options when choosing where to start your Cape Cod Rail Trail journey that it can be overwhelming. Your best bet is to figure out how far you want to ride and go from there. If you’re only looking to head out for a few hours, you can start from anywhere, but if you want to complete the entire trail, you’ll have to be a little more strategic.

The great thing about having a Cape Cod vacation rental to call your own is that you can split the journey up into multiple days and take advantage of the various parking spots up and down the trail. As you experience more of the sights and sounds of the path, you’ll clearly see why it is a favorite place to spend a day on the Cape.



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Cape Cod's Top Family-Friendly Activities
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Monday, September 17, 2018


Cape Cod Family Fun

 

There's something for everyone on Cape Cod, and if you choose to bring the little ones or even teenagers on your vacation, you'll never be short on things to do. Obviously, the Cape is full beaches, bike trails, marinas, hiking paths, and other great family-friendly places, but there are also amusement parks and fun centers for you to enjoy throughout your stay.

When it’s chilly or raining, or if you just want your kids to entertain themselves for a little while, these attractions are a great place to spend a few hours or an entire day. And since you can find an amusement park pretty much anywhere on Cape Cod, you'll never have to travel far to get there.

The following is a list of family fun centers and amusements parks that are waiting for you on Cape Cod.

 

Water Wizz of Cape Cod

Although it’s technically just off the Cape in Wareham, Water Wizz was the Cape Cod area’s only waterpark until 2018 and brings in roughly 100,000 visitors annually. The park is mostly made up of waterslides, although there is a lazy river and a wave pool, as well. There is also an area with slides and activities for smaller children, should you travel with very young kids.

Water Wizz is a large park where you'll probably want to spend an entire day, so plan accordingly. You won’t have to pack a lunch or leave the park to eat, either, as there are numerous on-site restaurants and a shop with all of the essentials.

 

Ryan Family Amusements

You'll come across Ryan Amusements locations in Falmouth, Hyannis, South Yarmouth, and Buzzards Bay, in addition to other communities throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Most of these centers have bowling alleys, while all of them offer video games and party rooms.

Ryan Amusements is a great place to let the kids play indoors when the weather doesn't cooperate, and since you only pay for the games you play, it’s possible to get away without spending a whole lot of money. The fact that this is a chain of fun centers is also helpful because you know precisely what to expect at each location.

 

Cape Cod Inflatable Park

The Cape Cod Inflatable Park is the most extensive attraction of its type in the world and has four distinct areas. First, there's the original Inflatable Park, which is basically a series of themed bouncy castles. Each apparatus provides a different experience for children and adults alike, and your kids are likely to spend hours navigating through the park.

Next, there's the Challenge Zone, which is an adventure park with zip-lining, rock-climbing, a trapeze, a tightrope, and numerous other tests for your endurance and strength. Older kids will spend hours trying to get through the various courses and challenges, and parents are allowed to participate, as well.

Thirdly, there's The H2O, an attraction that just opened in 2018 featuring a waterpark, a lazy river, some waterslides, and a private pool with cabanas. If you rent one of the cabanas, you can spend the entire day relaxing by the swimming pool, or you can just fill your time enjoying the other water-based activities.

Finally, there's the Shark Tank, which is the largest arcade on Cape Cod. With over 50 games and a climate-controlled environment, the Shark Tank is a pleasant place to kill an afternoon if you’d rather be indoors.

All of these attractions come together to create a park where you can spend multiple days without your kids ever getting bored. Pricing depends on which parts of the venue you’ll be using, but you can decide what you want to experience after you arrive at this one-of-a-kind park.

 

Various Mini Golf Courses

There are many different places to play mini golf on Cape Cod. Depending on where your vacation rental is located, you can choose Cape Escape Adventure Golf, Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf, Skull Island, Wild Animal Lagoon, Putters Paradise, or Harbor Lights Mini Golf, just to name a few, to play a round.

The great thing about there being so many different courses is that each one offers something different. For example, Cape Escape Adventure Golf, in Orleans, has fishing boats and koi fish, while Harbour Lights in Brewster features a waterfall and serves world famous Gifford's Ice Cream. Putters Paradise in Yarmouth is a Cape Cod-themed course and Skull Island, also in Yarmouth, takes you to a deserted island that is protecting a pirate's treasure. You’ll have the chance to experience all different forms of mini golf during your time on the Cape.

 

Grand Slam Entertainment

There's a little bit of everything at Grand Slam Entertainment, as you can ride the bumper boats, take a few swings in the batting cage, hit the zip line, or climb the rock wall. The center is located right on Main Street in Harwich and is close to Bud's Go-Karts and the Trampoline Center, so you can spend the entire day in this area while trying a variety of different things. There are plenty of restaurants nearby, as well.

Grand Slam Entertainment is a cash-only facility, and you must pay for each attraction individually. As a result, you want to make sure you visit an ATM before arrival.

 

Cartland of Cape Cod

Almost right next to Water Wizz of Cape Cod in Wareham is Cartland of Cape Cod. This amusement park is known for its go-karts, and for good reason because it has three different styles, but it also features bumper boats, mini golf, batting cages, boxing robots, and water balloon fights.

Cartland isn't the largest amusement park on Cape Cod, but it's certainly worth taking the kids to if they're into go-karts. Remember, however, that this park is entirely outdoors, so it's only an option when the weather isn’t an issue.

 

Cap'n Kids Fishing Adventures

Getting your kids out fishing is always a good idea, and Cap'n Kids Fishing Adventures makes it extremely easy. This fishing vessel is specially geared towards children, as it takes two-hour trips into the ocean on a boat certified by the U.S. Coast Guard and provides everything they'll need throughout the day. If you want to get your kids out on the water, this is probably the best way to start.

Keep in mind that at least one responsible adult must accompany the kids on the boat, but you’ll be able to relax while the professionals teach them how to fish and keep them thoroughly entertained throughout the ride.

 

Keeping the Kids Occupied

When traveling with kids, it’s vital that you have a plan to keep them occupied each and every day. While it’s nice to have free attractions like the beaches on Cape Cod, taking them somewhere different on occasion also makes for an enjoyable day.

Take the time to research a few of these fun centers on Cape Cod before your arrival and figure out a plan based on what your children enjoy. You'll be happy that you're aware of all the choices Cape Cod has to offer throughout your vacation.



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Dining Options Along the Cape Cod Rail Trail
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Monday, September 10, 2018


We’ve previously examined the Cape Cod Rail Trail, which is a 22-mile-long bike path between South Wellfleet and South Dennis, but as you’ll quickly learn if you decide to make the journey, this isn’t just any old trail.

Once you embark on your ride or jog on the Cape Cod Rail Trail, you’ll pass through areas of complete wilderness, in addition to rural, suburban, and urban parts of the Cape. You'll also see the Cape Cod National Seashore, Nickerson State Park, and numerous city centers. Basically, if you complete the trail, you’ll see everything that Cape Cod has to offer, including a variety of restaurants that have set up shop just off the path.

The following is a list of some of the top restaurants near the trail so that you can determine where to stop along the way. Once you see some of the available options, you’d be forgiven for wanting to turn your Rail Trail cycling excursion into a multi-day event.

 

Restaurants in South Wellfleet

Those who start or finish their ride in Wellfleet will have a number of dining options from which to choose, both at the trailhead and further south.

Right near the trailhead in South Wellfleet is PB Boulangerie Bistro, a French restaurant with a built-in bakery. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, allowing you to pop by for a bite no matter what time you're in the area.

Van Rensselaer’s Restaurant and Raw Bar is a family-run business with a menu made up mostly of seafood dishes. The eatery is casual, making it the perfect place to finish your day, and has many craft beers available, as well. There is a kids' menu if you choose to travel with the little ones.

Those in the mood for something a little more upscale will love Bocce Italian Grill. This restaurant serves a variety of Italian favorites, along with high-end wines, and has an outdoor area to enjoy on warmer evenings. Keep in mind that grill is only open for dinner.

At the far southern end of Wellfleet is Marconi Beach Restaurant, which serves southern-style BBQ food, along with local seafood. The restaurant is a fairly unique concept because you can either dig into a BBQ rib dinner or go with a clambake with lobster, depending on your mood.

 

Eastham Dining

After making your way through Wellfleet, you come upon Eastham, which also has a wide selection of restaurants. Much like Wellfleet, there are various cuisine types, so you can make your decision based on what you feel like eating at that moment.

As you first enter Eastham, you'll see a cluster of restaurants, including Local Break Restaurant and Bar. This pub-style establishment has a large bar, and many of its menu items come from local sources. There's a sizable beer menu, as well, should you want a drink after your long ride on the trail.

Karoo Restaurant serves authentic South African cuisine, including vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options. Many dishes also feature Indian and European influences, making the menu extremely diverse. If you're looking to try something different, Karoo is the place to do it.

Steps from Karoo is Red Barn Pizza & More, another family-friendly restaurant with pizza, an arcade, mini-golf, and an outdoor dining area with picnic tables. They're open for lunch through dinner, and the casual atmosphere means you'll always feel right at home.

You'll probably encounter a line-up if you visit Arnold’s Lobster & Clam Bar during peak hours, but depending on your schedule, it’s probably worth the wait. This iconic seafood spot is known for its lobster rolls, and it also has ice cream, mini-golf, and outdoor seating.

 

Downtown Orleans Restaurants

The Cape Cod Rail Trail goes right through the heart of downtown Orleans, where you’ll find shops, boutiques, and, of course, restaurants. Some of these restaurants are a block or two off the trail, so make sure you know where you’re going before heading into town.

One of the restaurants a bit off the trail is The Knack, which specializes in burgers and hot dogs, but also has some sandwiches and seafood on the menu. Everything available at the restaurant is from local sources and as an added bonus, you can order online before your arrival and pick it up when you get there.

Sir Cricket's Fish & Chips is also a couple of minutes from the Rail Trail along Route 6A. This stop is one of the more basic options on this list, as it is a take-out counter offering lobster rolls, chowder, and fried fish, but you won't be disappointed by the quality. There is a small non-seafood menu available, as well.

Not everything in Orleans is away from the trail, as Mahoney's Atlantic Bar and Grill is right where the path crosses with Main Street. This eatery is only open for dinner, but it's a chic spot to stop for a drink and some classic New England cuisine, including seafood. You'll also be happy to know that there's a bike rack right outside the restaurant.

No, it isn't a Swedish restaurant, but ABBA does provide a unique dining experience along the Cape Cod Rail Trail because it is housed in a barn from the 1830s. The menu is also unique, as it is made up of Mediterranean dishes that you won't find anywhere else in the area.

 

Food in Brewster

After Orleans, the trail goes through Brewster, including a stretch of Nickerson State Park. The pathway is also about a block from the Old King's Highway, which is where pretty much everything in Brewster is located.

Cobie's is a casual counter-style eatery that has been around since 1948. It's also a favorite with cyclists because all you have to do is walk up to the counter, rather than finding a place to park your bike and waiting for a table. New England-style seafood favorites are on the menu, but they serve ice cream if you're just looking for a treat.

A similar counter-style diner is JT's Seafood Restaurant, which also serves seafood and has an outdoor seating area. Unlike Cobie’s, however, you can sit inside at JT’s as long as seating is available. If you're starving, give their specialty, the Jumbo Hot Lobster Roll, a try.

 

Those looking for a drink or a quick bite might consider Snowy Owl Coffee Roasters. The muffins, scones, croissants, and granola on the menu are sure to give you the energy you need between meals to make it through the next leg of your journey. And if you're not in the mood for a coffee, they have a selection of cold drinks.

Peddler's Restaurant is only open for dinner, and its romantic setting might not seem ideal after a long cycle. At the same time, the classic French cuisine and local seafood create an enjoyable menu, and the wine list is excellent. Just make sure you bring a change of clothes if you plan to stop in during your cycle.

 

Dining in Harwich

Remember how we mentioned that you'd pass through some rural and secluded areas? Once you get into Harwich, you'll find that dining options near the Rail Trail are a bit scarce. Having said that, you can still find a meal at Local Flavor Lunch and Bagel. A quick detour up the Old Colony Rail Trail will also take you to Ruggie's Breakfast and Lunch, should you get especially desperate for some food.

 

South Dennis Eating Options

As you head into South Dennis, you'll reach the Cape Cod Rail Trail's other trailhead. Here, you'll see a brewery, movie theater, shopping mall, and numerous restaurants. When completing your journey, it’s nice to know you have a few different cuisine types from which to choose.

Just south of the Rail Trail parking lot in South Dennis is Morrell's Restaurant & Catering, which is a seasonal eatery with a bar and great daily specials. This family-owned business uses locally-sourced seafood, making it ideal for a meal at the end of your ride.

Heading north from the parking lot you’ll come across Bangkok Thai Cuisine II, which, as the name suggests, serves Thai cuisine. Locals love the food here, as it is healthy and affordable in a casual environment. It's a pleasant place to stop after putting in some substantial miles.

Jason's Tavern is north of Bangkok Thai Cuisine II and is another laid-back venue to grab a quick meal. The tavern is known for having some of the best burgers on Cape Cod and also has seafood, sandwiches, chicken, and salads on the menu. If you get there early enough in the day, there are discounts before 6 PM.

Red Cottage Restaurant is a couple of blocks from the trailhead, but is one of the most popular dining options in South Dennis and is worth visiting at some point during your vacation. This 50s-style diner is open for breakfast and lunch all year long and dinner in the summer, from June until August, between Wednesday and Sunday. The restaurant is cash only, so you'll want to hit the ATM before stopping by.

 

Plenty of Food on the Rail Trail

You’ll never be short on dining options as you travel the Cape Cod Rail Trail. The Cape is known for its outdoor lifestyle and exploring this scenic bike path allows you to experience much of what makes the area such an attractive place to live and visit while sampling some famous local cuisine along the way.

Whether you want to head out on a quick jaunt on the trail to find some lunch or plan to complete the 22-mile distance, be sure to pack your bike this vacation so that you can get out there and taste some of the Cape Cod Rail Trail’s top restaurants.



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The Best Places to Kayak on Cape Cod
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Tuesday, September 4, 2018


Kayaking on Cape Cod

Cape Cod has some of the best kayaking opportunities found anywhere in North America, mainly due to the diversity of its water bodies.

For some, there is nothing better than a day on the ocean in a kayak, as you can quietly maneuver along the shoreline and access beaches, islands and areas that you can’t get to any other way. You might also have the chance to see some wildlife without a noisy motor scaring it away.

For others, kayaking through a still pond or lake is the way to go, since you are protected from rough water and weather, and can quickly get to shore for a break when needed. You are also never far from your vehicle, so returning after a day spent on the water is much more manageable.

Or, you might look for a river or stream to navigate in your kayak, which can provide access to both the ocean and some ponds, depending on the route you take.

As you can see, the Cape has everything you could ever want from a kayaking destination and if you aspire to get out on the water this vacation, make sure you bring your boat. Alternatively, there are kayak rental locations found throughout Cape Cod, if needed.

 

Nickerson State Park

At Nickerson State Park, you'll have so many choices on where you kayak that it can be overwhelming. The park as a whole is 1,900 acres in size and features numerous ponds, including Cliff, Flax, Little Cliff, Higgins, and Eel, and all of them have direct road access. These roads make it easy to reach your desired pond or travel through the park until you find one that isn't overly busy.

One of the great things about Nickerson State Park is that most of the ponds are close enough to each other that you can portage between them if your boat is light enough. That way, you can explore multiple kettle ponds throughout the day without having to load your kayak back onto your car. The larger bodies have beaches to check out, as well, so you can include a swim in with your excursion.

 

Nauset Marsh

People around Cape Cod say that Nauset Marsh is perhaps the best place for beginners to get out on the water. This saltwater marsh is one of the most fertile in the world, which means it is full of wildlife, including seals, otters, and birds, to see while you paddle through its streams. In addition to the small streams running through the marsh, there are tidal creeks and more open bodies of water, like Salt Pond Bay. This diversity means you can explore various eco-systems throughout the day

Those with more kayaking experience can start their journey in the wetlands before paddling into the Atlantic at Coast Guard Beach. Make sure you keep track of where you entered the ocean, however, as it can be easy to get lost.

Overall, Nauset Marsh is a spectacular place to take your boat because the scenery is outstanding and you can go in so many different directions once you’re out there. Most kayakers enter the marsh at Town Cove in Eastham, just off Route 6.

 

Bass River

At five miles long, Bass River is Cape Cod's largest river, and it sits conveniently between Yarmouth and Dennis. You can enter the river from either town or the boat launch at Smugglers Beach on Nantucket Sound. Once in the river, you'll find some areas quiet and others livelier. There are powerboats on the river, but they are speed restricted, limiting the wake created and allowing for a smoother journey for those using kayaks or paddle boards.

The river has numerous coves and inlets you can explore, and you'll also find a couple of marinas where you can stop for lunch. The marinas can also rent you a kayak or paddle board. If you head far enough north, you'll eventually get to Kelleys Bay, Dinahs Pond, or Follins Pond, as well, which provide a quiet place to explore. Note, however, that the speed restrictions are not in place on Follins Pond.

 

Eel Pond Landing

For something a little different, start your journey at Eel Pond in East Falmouth. One thing you'll notice about Cape Cod is that there are numerous ponds with the same name, so if you're looking on a map, make sure you find the Eel Pond in East Falmouth and not the one in Woods Hole, Bourne, or Brewster, although these other ponds are also accessible via kayak.

The Eel Pond in East Falmouth starts on Nantucket Sound right by Washburn Island, which is a stunning wildlife reserve. Heading north, you can turn right and take the Seapit River into Waquoit Bay or go left and travel up the Childs River to Waquoit Village. Either way, you'll have a quiet ride and will almost certainly see some animals along your journey.

You might have to start your trip at the Waquoit Bay Kayak Launch in Mashpee or Bosun’s East Falmouth Marina, since it can be challenging to find an access point or parking along Eel Pond.

 

Wequaquet Lake

Wequaquet Lake in Barnstable is another place worth visiting with your kayaks, but keep in mind that parking can be difficult to find. There is a boat launch at the north end of the lake where you can get your boat in the water, but only a dozen or so parking spots.

If you're lucky enough to score a space, the lake is massive and, therefore, it's easy to find a peaceful area to paddle by yourself. There are also some uninhabited islands that you can visit if you want a break from your boat. This lake is in the middle of a large residential area and, therefore, is a favorite of locals. If you’re interested in checking it out, it’s a good idea to look for a vacation rental nearby to make it easier to access.

 

Kayaking On Cape Cod

There’s no way you’ll get to all of the Cape’s kayaking routes on your vacation here because you can pretty much put your boat in the water anywhere and you’ll find it to be kayak friendly. Just make sure you stay away from rougher areas of the ocean unless you’re an experienced paddler and are confident with your navigation skills.

Likewise, you can always take a kayaking tour, as numerous companies will supply a guide and ensure you’re on a scenic route all day long. Kayak rentals are also available if you’re not able to bring your own, so don’t let the fact that you’re flying in from another part of the country stop you from enjoying the natural beauty that is best enjoyed from the quiet water passageways on Cape Cod.

When looking to rent a kayak, it's a good idea to call ahead at the beginning of your trip. That way, you'll be aware of rental rates and availability before arriving at the office.

Whether you're into kayak tours or will be bringing your own kayaks on your vacation, you're sure to find something that suits your needs on the Cape this summer.

 



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