whale Pumpkin | Sea Cape Cod by Michael Mosier

Sea Cape Cod by Michael Mosier

Coming soon: Link to Waterfront Photography, in historic downtown Hyannis, Massachusetts, Cape Cod, USA 02651

October 29, 2009


Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:24 am

Pumpkins are a big part of Cape Cod in the Fall.  Traveling down route 6A, as you head east from Barnstable village, there is a pumpkin patch that would make Linus smile.  It is loaded with pumpkins of all sizes, shapes and colors, although most of the colors are your traditional orange.  Due to the lack of water in many parts of the country the pumpkin supply and, more importantly, the pumpkin size, are both smaller than in previous years.  It doesn’t seem to phase the children, however, with Halloween right around the corner, the costumes are being prepared in earnest.  Who should I be this year?  Joe Lieberman might be a good choice.  The good Senator from my childhood home of Connecticut seems to be getting his holidays mixed up, as he prepares to become the “Grinch who stole the public option from the American people” and giving all of his candy to part of the insurance cartel –Travelers, Cigna, The Hartford, and Aetna–conveniently located in the dowtown Hartford area, 6 miles from where I grew up in Simsbury, Connecticut.  Suffering succatash Joe, say it ‘aint so, you knucklehead!  Stay tuned!  Have a wonderful Thursday.  Peace~ M

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