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Cahoon Hollow Beach on Cape Cod
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Cahoon Hollow Beach in Wellfleet Massachusetts is one of several ocean side beaches along the east coast of Cape Cod.  It is part of the National Seashore and will remain undeveloped as it is today.  On one side are the mountainous sand dunes that I remember running up and down as a child and on the other side the Atlantic Ocean.  The surf is always up - that plus the rains and winds have caused much erosion at Cahoon Hollow.  People are no longer allowed on the dunes with the exception of the walkways that have been fashioned alongside them for easier access. This 360 shows the beach as it was in October 2010.

Copyright: Elizabeth martinson gentile
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Uploaded: 13/10/2010
Updated: 26/08/2014
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Tags: beach; dunes; ocean; surf; nature
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