stories and images of outer Cape Cod
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Greetings, Friends of The Dune Tramp! 

Another summer ends, and this one takes away my new friend Josephine Del Deo - poet, author, historian, preservationist. Harry Kemp called her ”The Muse of True Provincetown History”. I had a wonderful radio interview with her, and her husband, Sal, just this past March. Josephine passed away on August 25th, at the age of 90. She will be featured in my upcoming lecture, “Grande Dames of the Dunes, Part Deux”, next year.

As often as I come to here, to the end of it,
Sinking down sunset;
Winging my heart's passage with the gull,
As often do I rediscover heaven.

“The Road to Provincetown” by Josephine Del Deo

My radio program has been expanded to two broadcasts per month. Tune into WOMR 92.1 FM on the second and fourth Friday of every month, at 9am. Shows are an interview format, and my subject matter includes the dunes, dune shacks, dune community and dune culture of the outer Cape, and the locals and artists who interface with them.

You can count on meeting some Cape Cod characters and hear about places off the beaten path.

You can also visit for my podcasts.

Catch the Del Deos’ broadcasts in July and August 2016.

I was blessed to stay at the Fowler dune shack during a stormy winter week in April. I always wanted to experience a snow storm in the dunes, and got my wish!

Hope to see you at one of my slideshow/lectures this year. Just look under ENGAGEMENTS for my schedule.

Thanks for visiting!

Above: Looking dapper for my WOMR interview, December 2015

Left: Snowy Fowler, April 2016

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