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Friday, May 11, 2007

Will This Stop Mother Nature?

I was out at Sankaty late this afternoon and took a look over the bluff. I noticed a huge, long coir bag on the beach. It looked to be about 100' long and about 3 or 4 feet high. This is going to be an extreme hazard to navigation when the next storm takes it out to sea.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ah great minds think alike:

Ok there all you boaters and sunbathers, get ready for another load of lumber and coir to be dumped on our south shore beaches?

I'm sure this work crew affixing coir bags to the bluff is just a joke...a bluff if you will. These people can't really be rebuilding the boondoggle again!? Can they?

Also, took a photo of the looks like concrete dumped down there, but probably that's just a layer of clay (highly visible in the scarp in front of the house at 93 Baxter).