Author: Elwood O. Mills, Jr.
Woody Mills is a Mashpee resident and a native Cape Codder. Retired from his position as director of Mass Audubon’s Ashumet Holly & Wildlife Sanctuary, Woody spends most of his time kayak fishing—and trying to make up for lost time
in fly fishing. In 2016 he penned an article for Cape Cod LIFE about writer Henry David Thoreau’s 19th-century visit to Naushon Island.
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“A noble and primitive wood”
Cape Cod Life / August 2016 / History Nature Recreation & Activities
Writer: Elwood O. Mills, Jr. Photographer: Josh Shortsleeve Paul Rifkin
Thoreau was impressed by Naushon Island’s old-growth forest Henry David Thoreau visited Cape Cod and the Islands on at least…Read More