2. Redesign your home! Home values have gone up and investing in the interior of your home this winter will go a long way. Investing in upgrades will pay off. The Cape also has some great home decor stores and designers to help you with any project.
3. Visit that restaurant that may be too busy in the summer. You can get a table on the water and pretend for a few minutes that it is summer.
4. Visit a brewery, winery, or distillery. Tree House in Sandwich, Devils Purse in Dennis, and Truro Vineyards are just a few of the many tap rooms to visit.
5. Golf indoor or out? Some Cape golf courses keep the pins in all year and indoor golf simulators are growing in popularity. Check out the new Champions indoor golf at Pinehills in Plymouth Link to the website
6. Shop Local. The downtown streets and shops are still open. Pop into the local shops on Main Street Chatham, Harwichport, Hyannis, Osterville. Falmouth or your favorite Cape town.
7. Take a historic ride. Rt 6A is one of the longest stretches of historic districts in the U.S. Take the windy road from Sandwich to Orleans and the historic homes and holiday decor.
8. Visit P'town. Provincetown has a vibrant atmosphere and events throughout the year. They also have some of the best restaurants in New England
9. Tour an island. Day trips to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket are a great way to spend a day.
10. Meet with a realtor. I had to throw this in. Learn what the market looks like in your dream neighborhood!