So very sorry to see the beautiful shade-providing old oak tree taken out by the nor’easters.Cressy’s beach was hit hard, too, with mountains of rocks displaced and the ramp leading to the beach severely damaged. Both Stage Fort beaches sustained quite a bit of erosion.
MAJESTIC OLD OAK TREE AT STAGE FORT’S HALF MOON BEACH DOWNED DURING STORM
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2 thoughts on “MAJESTIC OLD OAK TREE AT STAGE FORT’S HALF MOON BEACH DOWNED DURING STORM”
Thank you for the photos. I didn’t know about this destruction.
Half Moon Beach, the only beach with a shade tree. Alas I was born with white blond hair & very burnable skin. It was the only beach where I could safely take off the tee no sunscreen in the 50’s
I was so jealous of all the kids who could tan in half a minute. I will miss the shade, but thenn I very seldom get that far north anymore.