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I grew up in Massachusetts and spent a lot of time on Cape Cod. As an adult I moved to the midwest, but my heart will always be on the East Coast. One
Before heading out on your next Cape Cod vacation, let me share some valuable insider information to help you get the most out of your time spent on the Cape.
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Over the years there have been many great Cape Cod songs or at least references to Cape Cod. Here are a few to enjoy.
President John Kennedy - JFK is a great example of a famous Cape Codder. The Cape Cod National Seashore probably would be a much different place today without his hand in preserving this area.
Cape Cod golf courses are ranked in Golf Digest’s top ten U.S. golf destinations.
Want to polish up on your Boston slang? Or maybe learn a Cape Cod accent?
Mouthwatering cranberry recipes featuring this juicy, tart fruit in pies, cookies and more.
Cape Cod whale watching is truly spectacular. Seeing these gigantic mammals gracefully swimming alongside a whale watch boat is for many, the most memorable event of their holiday.
The Cape Cod sea life is diverse and plentiful. These waters are nutrient rich and are home to a huge number of species.