Bike Path: calm before the storm

Hurricane Earl is heading north and Cape Cod and the islands should feel its effects tonight. Yesterday was busy with hauling boats and putting away outdoor furniture, not to mention cleaning up the junk that somehow accumulates in the yard. This morning the scene on the bike path in Sippewissett and West Falmouth was calm and serene. If you don’t see a new post in a few days, it might be because we’ve lost power, but hopefully we’ll weather the storm OK.

11 thoughts on “Bike Path: calm before the storm

  1. Salley,

    Hope you and your family are safe and that the hurricane stays offshore.

    I received your book today and I am thrilled, it exceeds my expectations and I know I will treasure it always. I will be checking the weather conditions all day.


  2. Exquisite photos–so beautiful!

    It’s noon in CT and the sky is getting darker and darker. No rain yet– but we are just north of New Haven, so we may get some “weather.” Yesterday we were in VT where there was hardly a cloud in the sky and it was 95 degrees.

    Wishing you well in the storm,


  3. Hello to you, as I send along prayers for safety during the storm. Our son Daniel, told us there is a benefit for CLOC this weekend so that is another reason to hope and pray for Earl to skirt the Cape, or at least to be less of a threat than was previously predicted. You are all in my thoughts and prayers, with the notion that the “worst day on the Cape is still a lot better than the best day anywhere else”!

  4. Hope the storm is “nothing”. I purchased more than one book (one for a hoped-for grandchild and one for me) so you may have signed one for me and I have one coming from which will be waiting for me at home on Tuesday. We’re in Montana visiting friends. Stay safe. Eager to read the book!!!

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