Sometimes being adventurous isn’t that easy…
Descending the steep cliff side stairs to a slice of sand near Point Dume, can feel like arriving on a deserted island. There aren’t any cars as far as the eye can see, just a small tuck of shoreline accessible by foot — and only by those who are willing to follow a winding dirt path.
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The town of Juliette is an unincorporated town, which was first called Glover, after Dr. Glover, who built the cotton mill near the river in East Juliette. Juliette received its name from the daughter of the engineer that built the railroad in 1882. Her name was Juliette McCracken. McCracken Street is still the name of the main street today.
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