Pics Of The Day #1063

Doris Ghitelman took this photo yesterday at the Compo Beach pavilion. A few hours later, town officials closed the parking lot until further notice. “I guess the person who left this can no longer self-medicate there,” Doris says.

 In mid-morning, Compo Beach resident Jim Hood and his dog Koda were the only ones there. A couple of hours later, cars were parked all along Soundview Drive.

Meanwhile, families on Pheasant Lane practiced social distancing. They were both social and distant, while awaiting a dinner delivery from Kawa Ni. (Photo/Adam Goldberg)

5 responses to “Pics Of The Day #1063

  1. No glass bottles allowed at Compo Beach..It’s a town ordinance.

  2. Jack Backiel

    I am curious as to who Jim Hood is. Back in the late 1950s, a Jimmy Hood worked at the golf range in the miniature booth. He was the adopted son of Harvey Hubbell, who owned a factory in Bridgeport. He would be about 75 years old now. I believe he now lives in Florida. Perhaps this Jim Hood, from Westport, is his son?

  3. Nope. Different guy.

  4. Jay Tormey '66

    Dave – I thought you retired?

  5. Patricia McMahon

    There’s my buddy Koda !!