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Category Archives: Beach
It’s been over 4 months since a nor’easter caused Chipper B to break from its mooring.
It washed up on the shores of Saugatuck Shores. It’s been there ever since.
Today, neighbors were pleased to see heavy equipment surround the vessel.
It’s not clear what’s happening, or whether the machines belong to the town or an insurance company.
But — to the relief of many residents — Chipper B may soon have a new home.
Westport was spared the snow, ice and wind that’s buffeting much of the rest of the country.
All we’ve gotten is light rain, and slush. This was the scene at otherwise empty Winslow Park this morning:
And here’s Camp Mahackeno, seen from the Westport Weston Family Y:
But we did not escape today’s weather unscathed.
As happens more and more often, there’s flooding all around town. Some are places that flood often; some are spots we seldom worry about.
Grove Point — off Hillspoint — saw waters high enough from Sherwood Mill Pond to close the road. Here’s the view:
Standing water is everywhere. Be careful out there!