February 23, 2019 – Duxbury Beach – Massachusetts

Today Shadow, Wilma, and I journeyed on three separate Adventures.  Our last Adventure for today was to Duxbury Beach.  Duxbury Beach is six miles long, and is considered a barrier beach.

We had a gorgeous Adventure to the Duxbury Beach.  I was immediately impressed with the exquisite view of the shore, and the scenic Powder Point Bridge.  The sun was glittering in the hazy sky, while the water was lovely in color.  We drove around, a bit confused by the parking but eventually found a spot that seemed to be available for those non-resident visitors.  Our journey started along the long Bridge.  Both Shadow and Wilma spent some time peering out the frame as we trotted along this spectacular bridge.  The water was glittering, and the beach flawless from afar.  Just this walk added cheer to our steps as we were headed to the BEACH!

Upon arrival we peaked at the different signs and information, lots of directions to choose from.  I was unclear about the rules for dogs, however saw numerous dogs enjoying the day.  We headed along one road for a bit before scooting over to the beach.  The beach was covered with flawlessly shaped rocks, vibrant in color and often round in shape.  There were shells scattered throughout, colorful grass, and soft sand.  We ventured into the water a bit, but since leashes were required it was not a full swim.  Shadow was a bit disappointed, but soon savored some sandy rolls, while Wilma partook in some chaotic digging in the sand.  A wonderful leisurely stroll quite satisfying for the spirit.  We eventually headed back and journeyed across the Bridge.  Definitely a place I hope to return in the future.  A special find on our Adventures today (Rating:  4).

 

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