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Mountain Bike Riders should be aware of Lyme Disease bourn by deer ticks. Very small, deer ticks are active from April until October. Wear light colored clothes and be sure to check yourself after a ride.  (Photo Courtesy of Ted Rowan)

Cape Cod’s out wash plains have mellow flat trails, riders can crank up the intensity level as they move up onto the moraines. These trails provide swooping single tracks and quick descents and climbs into a seemingly endless array of kettle holes.

 

 

Active Families Embrace The Cape Cod Lifestyle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On the Water with Charles Mistelle and the Miss America IX [Hilton Head Monthly Magazine, October 2013]

On the Water with Charles Mistelle and the Miss America IX [Hilton Head Monthly Magazine, October 2013]

On the Water with Charles Mistelle and the Ms. America IX

 

 

 

 

 

Peter Spiller leading a mushroom walk at Peterson Farm. (Photograph courtesy of The 300 Committee, Falmouth's Land Trust)

Peter Spiller leading a mushroom walk at Peterson Farm. (Photograph courtesy of The 300 Committee, Falmouth’s Land Trust)

 

Hidden Treasures of Falmouth

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learn how scientists from Osearch are geo-tagging Great White Sharks

CAPE COD, MA – Learn how scientists from Osearch are geo-tagging Great White Sharks

 

Swimming with the Sharks

 

 

 

 

 

FALMOUTH, MA - In the backyard with Missy. Summer 2004

FALMOUTH, MA – In the backyard with Missy. Summer 2004

 

Running Falmouth for Jeff

 

 

 

 

 

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We asked Falmouth architects about historical strutures around town. Here’s an inside peek at their favorites.

 

Simply Falmouth “Outstanding Architecture” pp. 34-40

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CHATHAM, MA – Skydive Cape Cod offers thrill seekers spectacular views from Nantucket to Boston.

 

“Above Cape Cod Without an Airplane (Feature) / “Skydiving – A History” (Sidebar) 

 

 

 

 

 

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Colleton River Plantation Hosts a Celebration of LowCountry Art

 

Lowcountry Landscape Exhibit at Colleton River Plantation Club

 

 

 

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