Beth decided to share her symbolic chair with many other innkeepers so that the many beautiful parts of Cape Cod can be seen in a unique prospective. And so this spring, the red chair will travel from Woods Hole to Provincetown and back. The journey will be chronicled on a web site that Beth is updating (that is right here!). In each B&B, the red chair will be treated as an honored guest. Innkeepers all over Cape Cod and the Islands will share with you the unique landscape that the red chair will be fortunate enough to enjoy.
And so, the little red chair came to stay with us at Brewster by the Sea and the Captain Freeman Inn this past week. Since my husband has become quite the accomplished photographer, we were very excited to take our new found friend to all of the lovely spots in Brewster and to catch his perspective of the chair with nature. You can see our travels and pictures on Byron’s blog.
After two fun filled days, we knew it was time to pass on the symbolic chair to it’s new destination in Chatham with our innkeeper friends, Jill and James at the Captain’s House Inn. We were thankful that this little chair allowed us to take some time together and to appreciate all of the beautiful nature we have surrounding us on Cape Cod. As it happens too often in life, we get so involved in our day to day tasks that we don’t take time to “smell the roses”…thank you little red chair for giving us the opportunity to appreciate all of the beauty we have around us on Cape Cod.