Cromwell's Beach - July 18, 2013

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Cromwell's beach, a local getaway spot for jumping and swimming. Doris Duke,  an American heiress, horticulturalist, art collector, and philanthropist owned this property up until she died. She left her house to her butler Bernard Lafferty who turned her house into a museum that holds guided tours now for a small fee.

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The very familiar walk down to Cromwell's. Also this is a very popular surf spot when the conditions are right, nothing but fun all day in the sun.

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Walking along the broken rock wall will get you to the famous jumping area. It used to be a small harbor. When it's low tide its easier to cross. Some rocks are lose and may become slippery. Be careful!

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A great place to hang out for the day. The owner of this area leaves trash cans and we ask that you use them rather than throwing your trash in the bushes. Also, at night there are lights that light up the the area. Read about it here.


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