Tag Archives: Grace Salmon Park

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Grace Salmon Park sunset (Photo/Patricia McMahon)

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The view from Grace Salmon Park …

… and a closeup (Photos/Patricia McMahon)

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Saugatuck Serenade, in Grace Salmon Park (Photo/Patricia McMahon)

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Weekend water scenes in Westport:

Early morning fishing off Compo Beach (Photo/Karen Como)

Cockenoe, with a Gilligan’s Island-type vibe (Photo/David Dellinger)

The view from Grace Salmon Park (Photo/Patricia McMahon)

Late afternoon, Old Mill (Photo/Matt Murray)

Sunset, Compo Beach (Photo/Tomas Curwen)

Norwalk Avenue neighborhood (Photo/Betsy P. Kahn)

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Grace Salmon Park (Photo/Patricia McMahon)

Pics Of The Day #1069

These days, everyone and everything practices social distancing:

Grandparents … (Photo courtesy of Bob Weingarten)

… dogs at Grace Salmon Park … (Photo/Susie Kowalsky)

… UPS drivers at the Imperial Avenue lot …

… and the gulls at Compo Beach (Photo/Tracy Porosoff)

…. even daffodils on Rocky Ridge Road (Photo/MIke Hibbard)

Meanwhile, Carter Klein shelters in place with his buddy Luke (Photo/Nicole Klein)


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Happy Valentine’s Day, from Grace Salmon Park … (Photo/Jennifer Katzner)

… plus, this “love”-ly view from the same park. (Photo/Patricia McMahon)

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Grace Salmon Park (Photo/Lucy Zeto)

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Compo Beach yesterday morning … (Photo/Tracy Porosoff)

… and evening … (Photo/Les Dinkin)

… plus the sunset on Saugatuck Shores … (Photo/Jeff Manchester)

… and another view, from Grace Salmon Park. (Photo/Sam Levenson)

Second Storm: The Sequel

As Westport continues to clean up following this afternoon’s storm, over 2,000 customers remain without power.

Lyons Plains Road. (Photo/Marty Jaramillo)

Downed lines and large trees still litter main roads and side streets, causing closures and detours.

(Photo/Les Dinkin)

Many Post Road traffic lights are out. One Westporter said it took her an hour to get from Southport to Compo Beach.

The fast-moving, tremendously intense storm — which roared through just after 2 p.m. — may have been a microburst. That’s defined by the National Weather Service as “a localized column of sinking air (downdraft) within a thunderstorm, usually less than or equal to 2.5 miles in diameter. Microbursts can cause extensive damage at the surface.”

(Photo/Westport Fire Department)

Grace Salmon Park, meanwhile, is in disarray after last night’s storm. Up to half a dozen large trees have been uprooted. One visitor called the Imperial Avenue park “decimated.”

One view of downed trees at Grace Salmon Park … (Photo/Wendy Cusick)

… and another. (Photo/Dalma Heyn)