Second Annual Walk, Bound Brook Island

On an overcast, and sometimes drizzling Saturday morning, over fifty walkers gathered at the Atwood Higgins House on Bound Brook Island to participate in the second annual Wellfleet Conservation Trust “Walks in Wellfleet.”

Park Ranger Brent Ellis and National Seashore volunteers provided historical perspective and informative anecdotes about life on the island in the 1800s. The event included a tour of the Atwood Higgins House, a visit to the site and monument commemorating the Island Schoolhouse which was built in 1840, the Lombard Family Cemetery and overlooks of Cape Cod Bay.

Walkers chose among three walks of varying length. As with the walk on Griffin Island in 2007, the feedback from veteran Wellfleetians and visitors alike was positive without exception, and reinforced the conservation mission of the Trust, the significance of our local history and the importance of the National Seashore as a resource to be preserved, protected and enjoyed by all.

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