Memoirs of Jack Whyte, an artist born in Canada on the cusp of the Second World War all the way to present day social media broadcasting.
Thursday, 30 March 2017
Powder Point Bridge [Episode #243]
Duxbury Beach is a beach in the town of Duxbury, Massachusetts. It is six miles long and is accessed by the Powder Point Bridge from Duxbury, or Gurnet Road from Marshfield. Four of the six miles of coastal beach are owned by the "Duxbury Beach Preservation Society," which leases the beach out to the town of Duxbury on a yearly basis, under the circumstances that the town of Duxbury provides Harbormasters to police the area. And for a blast from the past, I did some double-checking and discovered that this card was indeed to the same Miss Temple of Halifax, Nova Scotia as Enjoying Postcards Episode #29! Here's the link!
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