Many years ago my wife Janet and I were drawn to the cape for its magnificent scenery and the weather. The daytime temperature never touched 80 and the nights brought out the hooded sweatshirt and fireflies. The fireflies are long gone, but those glorious days still exist. Today was one such day. The moon was out all morning, the temps stayed in the mid 50’s on the ocean and I was in heaven. So was Dick Wright, but for another reason. Dick has been a birder from his childhood days in Jersey. And boy did we have birds today. He was transfixed on his binoculars all day. And after pausing to take a photo of one of his kids or grandkids holding a Striper, back he went to birding. More than I’ve ever seen out there. Everyone caught a keeper and the last fish of the day was his. His perfect day.