Special Picture # 306 – Spring Island – August, 1999

This stone breakwater at Sandy Beach is usually under 6-10 inches of water.

 

The usual waterline is right up to the bushes, no stones visible.

 

The black area is usually below the water.

 

Normally you can only see the top of these rocks above the black area and the water reaches the trees and shrubs.

 

Again, normally, only the top of the rock on the far left is above water.

 

Tomorrow I’ll begin posting letters from 1944 when Grandpa is writing to his five sons away from home and scattered around the world.

Judy Guion

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