Beautiful day on Friday with silver reflections around 5:30.
Our beautiful Magnolia Pier is 98% done. Look forward to the first jumps.
The Magnolia Pier doing great thanks to adding another two feet higher, the tide was certainly telling us a story this morning.
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As it was raining and sleeting on Monday went by the Magnolia Pier. It looks so good.
On a beautiful Wednesday took a walk to to the beach. There were many people out walking with proper distance. The Pier looks great, Shore Road is so pretty and love the fact there was a paddle boarder off Kettle Island. It does not take us hardy New England citizens to adapt as soon as the sun is out. Beautiful day.
Took a walk to get some fresh air on Tuesday after the rain. Such a pretty walk and as you can see the pier is really coming along.
The crane has gone and as of now Shore Road has reopened. The progress on the rebuild is very obvious within the last week. Thank you to all the workers.
Talked to an engineer the other day with regard to the crane on Shore Road to build the Magnolia Pier. The workers have been very polite and considerate of the neighbors and walkers. He informed me that the crane can reach over 200 feet. He also stated that most likely it will take about two more weeks with the crane.
Ricky is 6 feet but standing next to the crane give a prospective of the size of this piece of machinery. The pier is coming along.
The crane at the Magnolia Pier is so big, the road is closed. The workers were drilling down some pilings today and you can see the dust coming from the pilings. Very exciting.
On Friday it was so cold the sunset was different with a ring around the sun.
The Crane will be back this week and hopefully our beloved Magnolia Pier will be done.
Different perspective on the Magnolia Pier design. It almost looks like the Crusader crosses on their vest. It was cloudy so the sky and ocean looked silver.
Love this art by handmade by local artist Vionette Vee Chipperini.