Setting Sail on Cape Cod

Explore wildlife in its natural habitat, or perhaps just sip some bubbly while watching the sun go down. “Sailing takes me away to where I’ve always heard it could be Just a dream and the wind to carry me And soon I will be free.” —    Christopher Cross   On Cape Cod, Christopher Cross’s words …

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An Ode to Oysters: A Cape Cod Tradition

“He was a bold man that first ate an oyster.” As the quote from Irish satirist Jonathan Swift indicates, raw oysters on the half shell aren’t especially pretty. Opting to eat a gray, gelatinous blob plucked from the sea – without cooking it – just doesn’t sound very appetizing. But, oh; the taste. Savored without …

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Recipe for Summer Breakfast -“Overnight Oats”

You might think, oatmeal served at room temperature….how good can this be? We began serving this recipe at the Inn breakfast about 2 years ago, but it has become surprisingly popular and one of our most requested recipes. Being a hot oatmeal lover, I was a little reluctant but became a big fan after my …

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Kayaking on Cape Cod

If you’re a kayaker, you’ll find vacation nirvana on Cape Cod. And with miles and miles of protected waters in the Town of Orleans, where the Ship’s Knees Inn is located, you could paddle for days and never run out of new waterways to explore. From Pleasant Bay to the south and Town Cove and …

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Best Flea Markets on Cape Cod

If you are seeking some decorative items for your home or something more practical, you’ll greatly enjoy making a tour of Cape Cod’s best flea markets. Dailydelia recommends arriving 30 minutes early to snag Cape Cod’s best finds. In most cases you’ll be paying cash, so make sure you have reasonable amounts with you, in …

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