video: 5 fun things to do in cape cod & the smallest saltwater fish?

September 15, 2019

smallest fish in cape cod

Do you like the beach and lighthouses? Well, have you ever been to Cape Cod or thinking about going there? Here, I do a mini travel guide and show you a sampler, recommending 5 Fun Things To Do in the Cape, featuring the following; Visiting a lighthouse, biking on the Cape Cod Rail Trail, paddling on the Bass River, walking in the bay at low tide and touring the Truro Vineyard/Distillery. Plus, I catch the smallest saltwater fish I ever saw. What kind of fish is it?

Check out my short video which is a supplement to last week’s Shark posting. (No dangerous sharks included here.) Please let me know what you think. Enjoy!


4 Responses to “video: 5 fun things to do in cape cod & the smallest saltwater fish?”

  1. Those were some little fish Al, lol. ;-) Enjoyed seeing the lighthouse in the foggy setting. Hubby & I are planning going to the New England states for the summer, Cape Cod is on the list. And all those birds your captured, yay! I’ll be looking for them in the area. The sea nettle you videoed was pretty, I just did a post couple back on sea nettles that just visited my creek, you gotta check them out. :-)

    • sir albertus Says:

      Hey Donna! Werenโ€™t those tiny fish? Im so glad you liked my foggy lighthouse, and the sea nettle. I didnt know thatโ€™s what they were called. Ha ha. Thanks for identifying it ๐Ÿ˜€ I saw so many of the jelly fish while canoeing in the meadows. Such gentle swimmers. Yes, I highly recommend Cape Cod for your list! You will see so many birds ๐Ÿฆ† and of course seagulls. I will check out your post ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ Thanks so much for watching and your nice comments, Donna!

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