13 thoughts on “Skipper’s Dock”

  1. Oh, I’m sorry to see this. It looks to be a lovely spot. Such a powerful storm. We’re thinking about you and Tim and your family. And everyone in the path of this unusual storm. Take good care of yourselves.

    1. So much going on these days, I keep finding comments on my posts that I missed! Thank you so much for your well-wishes, Colleen – we were very fortunate that the surge didn’t reach our home and we never lost power during Sandy. But the Connecticut shoreline is altered now, and it will be interesting to see how and where all the sand, flotsam and jetsam settles down…

    1. Not sure if the flooding got in the door, but you might find this interesting if you haven’t seen it already:

      1. I hadn’t seen it – thanks. Yeesh. It looks like it could have been swept right out of there. By the way, I started reading the book about the ’38 Hurricane. Very interesting. The author references the homes along Napatree – hard to imagine houses stood there at one time.

        1. It is hard to imagine – I think there were about 40 houses? But I think, again, the lesson we can learn from the 1938 Hurricane is that Napatree is now a wildlife refuge, no people living there in harm’s way!!! We must be delusional to keep rebuilding so dangerously close to the sea.

    1. Not sure who Wendy Fox is, but someone shared her photo on Facebook. I could never get a photo like this because I would be long gone from the locale!

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