Summer is in full season here in Falmouth with hydrangea in bloom, southwest breeze on max and the strong likelihood of a lovely dense fog that will roll in and out like a cool cloud. At Treehouse Lodge, we are happily feathering our nest and finding our groove with guests new and old.
New picnic tables have arrived, just in time for hot beach days and the full hydrangea and geranium bloom on our fabulous new gardens. We are pleased to discover how nicely the tables look with umbrellas left over from "Sleepy Hollow Motor Inn" days. Hello old meets new!
This was an important week, as photographer Christian Gianelli drove up from Philadelphia for two days to capture the vibe of our new place in still photographs. He is a genius with the camera and travels with his delightful dad as assistant. You can sneak a peek of Christian working his magic in the reflection above, but you will have to hold your breath for his fabulous photos coming soon.
In the meantime, as captured on the simple iPhone, check out how things are looking in the new rooms at Treehouse Lodge here on Cape Cod.
It's time to grab that stack of New Yorker magazines and settle in a quiet spot where you can actually read them! Catching up on yesterdays news is a time honored tradition for vacationers here in Woods Hole, and we still have plenty of room for you here this summer.
Explore our local beaches then come home to a real summer porch looking out over the gardens and our Fire Ball. As the wind whistles through the Copper Beech Tree, you can feel your blood pressure dropping. It's vacation time!
We hope to see you soon at Treehouse Lodge in Falmouth Mass on Cape Cod.
We gathered with neighbors and friends in late June to roast s'Mores, toast the summer solstice and explore the new rooms at Treehouse Lodge, new lodging in Falmouth Mass.
There was lots of giggling and running around by the little ones, plus oohs and aahs from the adults who enjoyed craft beer, a medley of fine wines and their own chocolate confections roasted in our fabulous new "Fire Ball" by sculptor Sandra Vlock.
Cole was making s'Mores as fast as he could feed them to the grinning grown-ups near him. And when sunset finally came on the longest day of the year, mother nature put on quite a special light show.
Even the Copper Beach seemed lit from within on this special solstice evening.
We are so grateful for neighbors and friends who came out to welcome us to the neighborhood, and share a little chocolate and marshmallow as the light went down.
See you soon around the Fire Ball, where old friends and new meet on Cape Cod.