Yesterday Shadow, Wilma, and I Adventured to the Dexter Grist Mill in Sandwich, Massachusetts. The Dexter Grist Mill is a historic landmark in Sandwich, part of Cape Cod Massachusetts. The Dexter Grist Mill was built in the 1600s and was later restored. It continues to be is a working Mill, and sells freshly ground cornmeal. It is open for admission seasonally.
We had a refreshing Adventure to the Dexter Grist Mill. I was enlivened to visit the Mill as I had read about it in the past, and finally had it scheduled on our list of Adventures. Upon arrival we walked around the neighborhood before returning to the Mill for our unofficial tour. The Mill property was much more compact then I had imagined, but quite picturesque. We headed over the bridge seeing the water flowing from above. To the left we located the Shawme Pond while to the right the centerpiece of the Mill. There was a rock fence, bright green grass, and a red tree adding great texture and color to the scene. We spent some time posing in front of the Mill, relaxing in the grass, and wandering around to check out the pond view. Such a pleasant and unique location. So glad we could visit the Dexter Grist Mill (Rating: 4).