Walking the bridge to the beach. It's longer than what it looks!
The water around the bridge receeds at low tide.
A Duxbury sea gull.
A grave at the Myles Standish burying grounds.
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We arrived in the AM at low tide. It was amazing, the distance to the water was quite large and the soft, fine grey sand was very comfy and loaded with tide pools.
A great place for finding pretty rocks, shells and sea glass.
There used to be an amusement park there called Paragon Park. Like Atlantic City, the old pictures of the Park make it look like it was the place to be around the turn of the last century. I love places like that. A little salty, a bit forgotten, but still full of character. They are restoring the old carousel.
It was beautiful even in it's partially restored state.
The carousel maker's shop is right next door.
At the end of the end of the peninsula you get a great view of Boston and the harbor!
Lots of neat looking islands too.
More to come!