Last Saturday afternoon we went down to watch the sailing boats sail (yes they are there…just a little left of this pic) and saw these moored boats. This tiny dinghy, complete with frayed rope and sitting lower than low in the water, looked like the loneliest boat in the harbour.
On my daily walk, I traverse this block where all the trees have this weird lean and twist to them. Perhaps it wouldn’t be surprising if this block were facing the sea with a constant onshore wind, but it isn’t. It’s about 3 k inland. So why are they all twisted? Only in this one street?