Okay. I’m not crazy.
A couple of months ago, I took my 1st walk of the season from the beach to Elvira’s. On Hillspoint Road — from Schlaet’s Point almost to the big house with the US, Connecticut and Texas flags — I noticed a dozen or so oddly shaped rock slabs. They stuck up, vertically, from all the others.
I wondered if they were new. Nah, I said to myself. Can’t be. They look like they’ve been there forever. I can’t believe I never saw them before.
Besides, I continued (to myself), if someone just put them there, someone else would have mentioned it.
I hadn’t heard anything, from anyone.
And I never did
Until this week.
Alert “06880” reader Tom Feeley emailed:
Who made the decision to install the “Stonehenge pillars” along Hillspoint? Were there too many cars catapulting over the edge into the Sound?
Aha! I was right!
Someone did sneak them in.
The questions are:
- Who did it?
- Why did they do it?
- Why hasn’t anyone said anything yet?
If you’ve got a clue (or even if you don’t), click “Comments.”