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Cape Clasp Blog

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Cape Cod and the Islands are not only great vacation destinations for people of all ages, they’re the perfect place to bring your four-legged friend. With more than 500 miles of pristine beaches on the Cape alone, there are plenty of places for you to explore with your favorite pup. But, we’ve found that it’s not always easy to find a pet-friendly place to stay. So, with Fisher’s help, we pulled together five of our favorite places that welcome Fido. Lamb and Lion Inn, Barnstable Not only is Lamb and Lion Inn a pet-friendly hotel, they go above and beyond...

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Cape Cod might be best known for a summer vacation destination, but the fun doesn’t stop after Labor Day. Many locals will tell you that their favorite season on the Cape is the fall: The crowds and the traffic are gone, but there are still plenty of events on the schedule. We love spending time on the Cape when the temperatures cool down and the leaves begin to turn, and we wanted to share our favorite things to do in the fall on Cape Cod with you. SIP LOCAL BREWS If you’re a beer-lover, swing by the 7th Annual Cape...

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Some of my favorite memories from my childhood are from our summers spent on Cape Cod and the Cape truly shaped who I am today and gave me the fire and passion to stop treading water and start making waves. People always ask me why I started Cape Clasp and what my journey has been like, and I was fortunate to share this story on LoveLiveLocal’s new podcast, Built on Cape Cod.

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I started Cape Clasp out of my bedroom in South Boston over 5 years ago, and since then, the office has moved around a bunch. But even in the beginning, I dreamed of settling into a workspace built to match our company’s workflow and style.  A little over a year ago, we were lucky enough to move into an 1920’s factory turned loft in Boston’s Leather District. With lots of space and in close proximity to the post office, this studio was an incredible find that allowed us to continue our operations in house - hand making each piece to order...

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Few animals capture the intrigue of people as much as sharks do. We find ourselves terrified, yet fascinated, by sharks and we're always eager to learn more. We even dedicate an entire week to them each summer. And, there's still so much we don't know about them yet. That's why we collected five shocking facts about sharks that you probably didn't know: 1. Sharks don't have bones Sharks don't have a single bone in their bodies, instead, their skeletons are made up entirely of cartilage. Cartilage gives the sharks more flexibility and reduces their weight, preserving their energy for hunting. 2. Sharks can...