Wellfleet’s Kettle Ponds
Notes on the National Seashore’s Kettle Ponds in Wellfleet
The kettle ponds of Wellfleet, never more than 2.5 km. from the oceanside, are among the town’s prettiest attractions. Lucas Miller describes how glaciers formed the ponds about 10,000 years ago and focuses on the physical geography. Lucy Vivante has written some notes on the recent history of these beautiful ponds.
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