Now nearly 7 months later, There is progress. The parking lot has a huge pile of boken docks and boulders and the silt is being dredged out and hauled away, one barge load at a time, but except that barge and a few boats tied to the side, the basin is empty of the life it once had bustling there. Still many of the daily routines have resumed. The sun alternates with rain and fog but gives no clue that it holds the strength we were hit with that day.
and the people who make their home here have a quiet strength and a generous nature and a willingness to rebuild again and again
|Where docks and crab boats filled the harbor before March, now silt fills it and must be removed one barge at a time|
|View of Battery point lighthouse|