The heart of our town set deeply in it's Maritime history.
We stroll the old fashioned boardwalk and it feels as though we've simply stepped back in time.
A coastal town in which a light house such as the one shown below has guided
many a fisheman home safely to their families.
A small town from which fresh seafood is still readily available on the docks
where the fishemen bring in their day's catch.
And many a market has stood the test of time, passed down through families.
Long standing names in our community grace business signs.
A place that reminds the residents of
how our community came to be.
On certain summer evenings we gather together with family and friends here to listen to the
live concerts they put on for the locals.
Including locals of the webbed foot variety...following us down the clam shell path.
While listening to the music we walk through the town and enjoy the sights
of things and appreciate times that once where.
I love history,
I especially love the local history where we live.
Standing outside old bait shops and fish markets that had a strong hand in keeping this community standing makes you appreciative of the old timers you pass by on the docks.Can you tell if this picture was taken 60 years ago?