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Will’s Work Road To Waquoit Bay, With Shellfish & Maybe A Ghost – Slideshow

Wills Work Road
Brian Tarcy
Written by Brian Tarcy

MASHPEE – Will’s Work Road which goes through a large parcel of conservation land called Will’s Work Area, leads to the Callie’s Beach looking out on Waquoit Bay.

We parked our car and walked into Will’s Work Area and the first thing we saw was a 5 MPH Speed Limit sign with a wooden sign attached warning, “Caution, People Hiking”.

Yes, this was the right spot. (Slide Show at bottom)

After the expected scenery of a walk through the January woods, we came upon Callie’s Beach, a seemingly deserted expanse of sand. We found four kinds of shellfish at the intersection of Waquoit Bay and Little River. Speaking of that intersection, it made for some cool cross waves.

And we kept walking. Suddenly we saw a clear set of footprints in the sand. Someone else was here. We walked and followed the footprints. And then… they were gone. Was it a ghost?

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About the author

Brian Tarcy

Brian Tarcy

Brian Tarcy is co-founder of Cape Cod Wave. He is a longtime journalist who has written for the Boston Globe, Boston magazine, the Cape Cod Times and several other publications. He is the author of "YOU CAN'T SELL RIGHT FIELD; A Cape Cod Novel." He is also the author or co-author of more than a dozen mostly non-fiction books, including books with celebrity athletes Cam Neely, Tom Glavine and Joe Theisman. His previous book was, "ALMOST: 12 Electric Months Chasing A Silicon Valley Dream" with Hap Klopp,who created the iconic brand, The North Face.
For more information, see Briantarcy.com
Brian is a long-suffering Cleveland Browns fan with a long-running NFL predictions/political satire column connecting weekly world events to the fate of his favorite team at Whatzgonnahappen.com

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