TRURO – There are so many cool historic spots on Cape Cod that it’s easy for some of them to fall under the radar – in this case, quite literally. Here, from the era of the Cold War, is the radar dome at the former North Truro Air Station.
Apparently, from 1950 to 1985, this radar dome was used to watch for Soviet bombers. Now the site is used by the Federal Aviation Administration to monitor air traffic.
So we wandered around Truro for a bit. Saw this sculpture called, “Fire Dragon,” and some playful views of light through trees. We hardly saw any people. A very under the radar day.
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