Thursday, July 20, 2006

Harwich, Cape Cod History


I was amongst the volunteers to recently install the trail and parking area
at the Monomoy River woodlands area, and one day while we were working out
there a gentleman hiker mentioned something of the history of the property:
pointing out a rusted shell of a car just off the trail he insisted that it
was a remnant from an old road and taxi route that used to run, and that
"sometimes when the taxis broke down they would just abandon them by the
side of the road." I was wondering if this were true, and if so whether or
not you have any more information on the subject (or at least know of a
source who might) as your website is the closest thing to an answer my
Google searches have come up with thus far. Thank you and have a nice day.


Patrick Cassin

Program Supervisor
AmeriCorps Cape Cod
3195 Main Street
P.O. Box 427
Barnstable, MA 02630

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