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August 09, 2009


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The Wilders

I am with you -- I love Wellflet.
Give me Cahoons Hallowo or Nauset Beach, which is my favorite place in the world.
Thanks for sharing.

Richard Larsen

Down the highway a bit, is the Public beach at Marconi Point. It's crowded, because access is To All, including all non-resident heathens (LOL) who can spring for the daily parking fee.

Kidding aside: Although it's far more crowded, they have (had) a very nice sandbar, where you could walk out very far, and very LITTLE seaweed in the water. It's a good deal, for nonresidents. Cahoons, Necombs Hollow, etc. are all very nice, but LOCAL parking permits only, keep the masses out.

I used to go there, all the way back to about 1955, as a toddler.

Bill Ives

Richard - Thanks for sharing your memories.

Bill Ives

Forgot to add I once walked from Marconi to P-town beaches in the late 60s. It was a wonderful experience.

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