Martha’s Vineyard is spectacular! The past week I was in Cape Cod, Massachusetts on vacation with my family and on the nicest day we took our bikes to the Vineyard for the day. We took the ferry from Woods Hole to Vineyard Haven, a mere 45 ride. Once we wheeled our bikes off the ferry and consulted a map were off and rode the eight miles to Edgardtown. By the time arrived in the town we were starving and very excited to see Sharky’s, a Mexican restaurant, which was highly recommended by the ferry boat workers. The food was stunning and delicious and the water the large ice waters were a God send. After lunch we biked to the Edgardtown harbor and saw gorgeous homes, quaint hotels, and even a lighthouse. On the return journey we decided to bike along beach rode, a gorgeous thoroughfare where we stopped at Joseph Sylvia State Beach. Once back on the road we biked until it ended at Oaks Bluff Harbor where we took the Ferry back to Cape Cod, but not before I had the chance to visit the Flying Horses, the oldest carousel in America. (And the topic of one of my favorite Dispatch songs of the same name). Here are some of the photos I took on this beautiful day over the course of our 15 mile bike ride:
The trip was an absolute treat and, as always, it was great time to spend time with my family!