Edition: April 2018

From Nepal to Truro, with love

Couple puts down roots in farming community In Nepal, sweet potatoes can grow as large as a man’s thigh. Perhaps…

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A growing trend

Hoop houses promote a culture of sustainable farming that is good for you, and good for Cape Cod Farming, in…

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Painters from Provincetown’s past

William and Lucy L’Engle were part of Cape Cod’s early art colony Among the artists and writers who gathered in…

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Cape Cod Life General Store Partner Profile: Charted Mermaids

Charted Mermaids combines a passion for the sea and a creative mind to deliver inspiring results Deborah Watson, like sailors…

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Photo Portfolio: Sharing the Beauty by Stephanie Foster

Harwich photographer Stephanie Foster vividly remembers the first photograph she ever took, on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston on a gray…

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Gunkholing: Celebrating our 40 years

In May 2018, Cape Cod Life begins its 40th year. Here is our first 40-year retrospective. While attending a recent…

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Land, ho?

Few parcels available in today’s market Gone are the days when you can snap up a piece of land on…

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Where the living’s easy

Planning a trip to Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket? These two boutique inns were voted tops in our annual “Best of” survey.…

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Espresso Yourself

Who doesn’t love a good cup of coffee? There’s no shortage of places around the Cape and Islands to get your…

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How does your garden grow?

This is the time of year when everyone is yearning to replace the dreary grays of winter with the bright…

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Creating lasting impressions

Sandwich artist Rachel Avenia turns to painting for a deeper connection to the world around her Rachel Avenia loves to…

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Shining a light

Lisa Genova’s latest novel explores love and forgiveness along with ALS In the course of her gripping, sensitive novels, Cape…

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Daylilies to delight

Wild orange daylilies are a classic staple in any Cape Cod garden, but there are other varieties of this spectacular…

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Second star to the right & straight on ’til Martha’s Vineyard

Tara Gayle’s imaginative gardens provide storybook-like inspiration for gardeners across the Cape and Islands There’s a reason all the best…

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For the love of floribunda

This low-maintenance, high-reward rose is a true delight Would a rose by any other name really be the same? In the…

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