The Great Beach



Cape Cod S Vast Outer Coast, Named The Great Beach By Henry David Thoreau, Is Little Changed Since The Pilgrim S First Landfall Almost 350 Years Ago Today A Plane Can Skim Its Fifty Miles In A Matter Of Seconds, And In The Summer Bathing Areas Are So Crowded With Cars And People They Take On A Continental Flavor But The Long, Desolate, Windswept Stretches Can Still Be Found, And The National Park Service Has Been Taking Steps To Preserve The Original Character Of The Beach And Its Rolling Dunes Back From The Water, Designating It A National Seashore.The Great Beach

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Great Beach book, this is one of the most wanted John Hay author readers around the world.

!!> Read ➸ The Great Beach  ➻ Author John  Hay – Tiffanydaniels.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 156 pages
  • The Great Beach
  • John Hay
  • English
  • 04 April 2018
  • 0393009831

10 thoughts on “The Great Beach

  1. says:

    Naturalist John Hay writes eloquently about Cape Cod in this book with such vivid descriptions I could almost see the wind swept beach and swelling waves of the sea Here are a few quotes to give you an idea of his writing style The sea sparkles, and explodes with light where the sun strikes it directly The spilling waves make small white accents along the shore Clouds like heaps of spun silk float up across the sky He gives a very detailed account even down to the tiniest grains of sand Naturalist John Hay writes eloquently about Cape Cod in this book with such vivid descriptions I could almost see the wind swept beach and swelling waves of the sea Here are a few quotes to give you an idea of his writing style The sea sparkles, and explodes with light where the sun strikes it directly The spillin...

  2. says:

    Author John Hay Harvard 38 was a naturalist writer and as a Cape Cod resident he served for a period of time as president of the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History His book The Great Beach published in 1963 complements the Cape Cod writings of Thoreau and Beston Years ago I had the pleasure of meeting the books illustrator David Grose, who kindly autographed my copy.Cape Cod, formed over 21,000 years ago continues to evolve with time Much of the Great Beach is depicted through the Nation Author John Hay Harvard 38 was a naturalist writer and as a Cape Cod resident he served for a period of time as president of the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History His book The Great Beach published in 1963 complements the Cape Cod writings of Thoreau and Beston Years ago I had the pleasure of meeting the books illustrator David Grose, who kindly autographed my copy.Cape Cod, formed over 21,000 years ago continues to evolve with time Much of the Great Beach is depicted through the National Seashore Park around Nauset, Coast Guard and Monomoy Beaches From the early 1950 s until the early 1980 s I spent a least two weeks a year on the Cape and even lived there year round for a couple of consecutive years Hay s descriptive wo...

  3. says:

    Written in 1963, John Hay describes the sea, the beach, the plant life and the animals on Cape Cod in rather wondrous ways This is a classic I found in several bibliographies of current books on natural history I m glad I found it online and took the time to read it.

  4. says:

    Numquam ipsa animi porro Alias odit quo Earum qui voluptate officia nostrum.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *