Dexter Grist Mill
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Dexter Grist Mill information
This restored mill on the edge of Shawme Pond dates to 1654 and has centuries-old gears that still grind cornmeal. Bring a camera; with its spinning waterwheel and paddling swans, it's one of the most photographed scenes on the Cape.