That's a tiny little pond on the beach, but I've no idea if it's fresh or salt water.
That's a sea lion in the center of the picture. Chatham's barrier beach and Monomoy National Wildlife Reserve have been overrun with tens of thousands of sea lions, which means the great white shark sightings, and attacks, have become more frequent. The beaches in Chatham are often closed because of the sharks.
This was across the water on the barrier beach.
Then I drove to a little place called Cow Yard Landing, which was also very picturesque.
I could have sworn these cottages were all really badly damaged or swept away in the storms. I did a little online research and found out that there is virtually no time left for these cottages. The ocean is going to reclaim them any day now, and the town is pushing the owners to pay to demolish them.
Those are RVs out there!
To be continued!