Today we took Aiden to Crowe’s Pasture Beach in Dennis. Part of the beach is used for Oyster farming. This is an aquaculture practice in which oysters are raised for human consumption. The seed is put in racks which are held above the bottom of the ocean floor and are accessible for harvest at low tide. Low tide is also the perfect time for a young German Shepherd Dog to run and chase sea birds. Luckily he is never fast enough to catch them!
These are hard working commercial fishermen who do this for a living.
As soon as we were a distance away from the oyster farming Aiden was off chasing birds
Time to cool off and have quick rest
Looking for birds – ready to go again…
We saw many types of sea birds. Just before leaving we spotted two Blue Herons. The pictures were taken from quite a distance.
Great pics-he needs his cousin Ziva to come and run with him 🙂
Aiden would love to run with Ziva!!
If we end up at Bernardston or Gardner for her TDX, it will be a date (just don’t tell Lark!)
Lynda, I am bowled over by the beauty you’ve captured in those pictures! I want to take Dutch there! Is there a place to park a small (24′) RV? Just for a few hours…
Thank you Beverly. It sure is a beautiful place.
At Crowe’s Pasture there is a parking lot at the entrance that might take an RV but it would be a LONG walk down the dirt road to get to the beach.
After Labor Day in most towns you could park the RV in any regular beach parking lot (without needing a beach sticker) and walk right out onto the beach with Dutch. Unfortunately Brewster does not allow dogs until after October 1st.
Awesome shots! Aiden reminds me so much of his mother.
Thank you for sharing your adventures with us.
Are you ever going to let your baby, Aiden have a girl? Puppies? LOL
He is a good boy. 🙂
Terri and Qwendi (Gavin/Inga)