You’ve got 2 choices as you turn from Compo Beach Road into the main entrance. (We’re talking about the pre-, and hopefully post-, coronavirus days.)
You can look right, into the entrance drive between the basketball courts and playground.
Or you can look left.
Most people are intent on getting into the beach. But the view to the left is of Craig “Doc” Davidson’s house.
It’s a handsome old beach house — recently flood-raised — on the corner of Bradley Street.
And there — on the chimney — is the anchor that was the subject of last week’s Photo Challenge. (Click here to see.)
Some Westporters thought it was at Ned Dimes Marina. But Pat Saviano, Lyne Kiedaisch, Diane Silfen, Lynn Untermeyer Miller, Brian Duchan, Jonathan McClure and Mary Ann Batsell all knew it belongs solely to Doc.
Who is he?
Doc is a 1970 Staples High School graduate. He’s a realtor. And a documentary filmmaker. (His nickname came long before that career.)
In addition to his wonderful chimney, Doc owns the most interesting fence in Westport.
The inner side — visible only to Doc and his guests — is a fantastic, faithful mural rendering of Ebbets Field. You can read about it (and see it) here.
Doc is a huge baseball fan. One of his films is about the great Satchel Paige. Click here for that story.
Now that you know everything about the chimney, the house, and the man who lives there, it’s time to play ball.
With this week’s Photo Challenge. If you know where in Westport you’d see this, click “Comments” below.