Loving Compo

Love was in the air — and on the sand and the boardwalk — yesterday at Compo.

Alert “06880” photographer Lynn U. Miller was there to capture it, in all its many-splendored forms.

(Photos/Lynn U. Miller)

4 responses to “Loving Compo

  1. Mary Cookman Schmerker

    Perfect pictures, perfect day, perfect message, perfect place. This is why so many of us are still passionate about Westport long after we have been transplanted.

  2. Nice. You can never have too much love in your midst. ❤️

  3. Hanne Jeppesen

    Always love seeing pictures of Compo Beach, have so many memories from when I lived in Westport. Even though it is long ago, (1967 and 68, and visited a lot in 69) I have very vivid memories of Compo. My fellow au pair girl friends loved to spend our days off there. Often we went with the children we were babysitting. I remember parties by the cannons, I remember going on a rainy day in September, because we didn’t know where else to go, and perhaps we would run into someone we knew, and they would invite us to a party, which happened. I remember sitting with my girl friend on the beach on a Sunday afternoon, and all of sudden 2 very good looking guys came over and talked to us, it was Steve Emmett and a friend, Steve became a good friend, especially of my girl friend, He invited us to his house the evening. My girl friend and I were in awe of the openness and spontaneity of the American people, (She was from Holland I’m from Denmark). I remember going there on the 4th of July a couple of times (68 and 69) just one big party, you ran into people you knew, and a good time was had by all. I could go on, but I think you all get my drift. I’m sure others have stories to tell as well.