Cape Clasp Blog
Day 4 was a total washout, but we made the most of it! In town the day before, Haley grabbed one of the amazing Ptown coloring books from cartoonist James Frederick and that kept her busy between naps :) The sky cleared up a bit in the late afternoon, and we watched sunset from the roof of the dune shack. Watch below! You can get your coloring book here: http://www.colormeptown.com. Song is: https://soundcloud.com/bridgitmendler/diving-bridgit-mendler-rkcb-1
Day 3! We trekked into town to get some real food at our favorite Ptown lunch spot, Pepe's. The hike was less than a mile, but definitely a workout in soft sand over rolling dunes. We didn't make our way back until sunset, but twilight lingered long enough to help us navigate home :) The hike is called the Dune Shacks Trail, and makes for an awesome day trip to the beach. Parking is allowed along Route 6 - just be careful crossing the road! Learn more about our company at www.capeclasp.com
After surviving the night in the dune shack, we spent our first day exploring our home for the next week. It was a lazy day spent sitting on the beach, exploring the dunes, flying drones, and reading books. Watch the full video below. Hope you enjoy!
We spent a week out in one of Provincetown's historic dune shacks. We were lucky to stay out there, but had no idea what we were getting ourselves into! We were dropped off in the middle of the dunes with no running water or electricity. I had a lot of time on my hands, so I made these videos on my iPhone :) Here's day one!
I had never been on a Shark Tagging mission before... and I had no idea what I was getting myself into. "Full speed ahead!" yelled the Captain of the Atlantic White Shark (ACWSC) chase boat. I looked up in the sky to see the spotter plane take a tight turn as it circled around our target's location - a MASSIVE 16 foot great white shark. The radios were buzzing in and out. "Roger this, Roger that" "Shark ahead, 50 meters" "Faster! or we lose'em!" "Harpoon!?" I thought. His shipmate opened a chest and pulled out a tagger pole almost as...