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10 Traditions and Memories - Why Visitors Get Back to the Cape and Islands

We asked visitors about their traditions and early memories of the Cape and Islands. Why do they Get Back year after year? Thank you for your meaningful, personal and beautiful responses. We compiled a few here to share with everyone.

If you wish to share your memories, or traditions, please post them on our Facebook page. We very well may share it on a lovely scenic picture!

1) Mants Beach, Brewster

Mants Beach, Brewster

2) Sagamore Bridge

Sagamore Bridge

3) Mayflower Beach, Dennis

Mayflower Beach, Dennis

4) Old Silver Beach, Falmouth

Old Silver Beach, Falmouth

5) Paine's Creek, Brewster

Paine's Creek, Brewster

6) Fort Hill, Eastham

Fort Hill, Eastham

7) Kalmus Beach, Hyannis

Kalmus Beach, Hyannis

8) Jackknife Beach, Chatham

Jackknife Beach, Chatham

9) Sesuit Harbor, Dennis

Sesuit Harbor, Dennis

10) Crosby Beach, Brewster

Crosby Beach, Brewster

About Becky Fischer

About Becky Fischer: I have worked for since 2003. Currently serving as Marketing Manager, my position entails collaborating on all print and social media marketing efforts as well as the company's valuable relationship with 17 local Chambers of Commerce. In addition, I provide photography, video, and consultation services to vacation rental homeowners, and have photographed over 300 homes on the Cape and Islands. My husband and three children moved to Brewster in 2006. I grew up outside of Boston, spent summer vacations on Nantucket, and was married in Orleans. My favorite activities on the Cape are walking on the CCRT, deep breaths at the beach, and working with my community to support the schools and local events.