On The QT

Day 19 – Cape Cod

Blogger: Stephanie Lynch

Today I woke once again to the beautiful Cape Cod. We decided to go out for breakfast to a well known local spot called ‘6A café’ as a treat. I adore American pancakes so I enjoyed delicious buttermilk pancakes. The perfect start to a day on Cape Cod…

We went exploring the area of Sandwich on Cape Cod and we had amazing locals show us around so our first stop was Green Briar Nature Centre. This centre is where the creation of Peter Rabbit was born by Thornton Burgees. Mr. Burgess, who was born and grew up in Sandwich, MA., went on to achieve national and international recognition for his children’s stories that teach lessons of conservation and love of wildlife. Over 170 books and 15,000 stories of the tales of Peter Rabbit and his friends. Through these engaging stories, generations of young people have learned about the natural world and developed an understanding of the importance of conservation of our natural resources. To learn more about Green Briar NATURE Centre, the volunteers and the amazing work they do, check out their website here. 

Next stop was the Sandwich boardwalk which is always one of my favourite spots on Cape Cod. Always a great spot to watch people kayaking and even jumping into the water. My favourite part of this baordwalk is the way each piece of wood is dedicated to somebody… something so lovely and memorable.

We then went to the canal with the Sagamore bridge in the background. A great spot for cycling along the water. Also a great place to sit down and watch the world go by. All the amazing boats could capture hours of your time.

We ended our last night in Cape Cod with a family BBQ. It is always great to get to chat and catch up with friends and family all over the world. Always such a warm welcome in Cape Cod… a home away from home.

Sandy Neck beach was our last stop to watch the sunset on a fabulous day and an amazing trip to Cape Cod.

Over and out for now from Cape Cod,


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