On my way to the beach, a lady stopped me and said, “Watch out for the rock.”
“What rock?” I asked. We were at the entrance to the north beach at Washington Street. We walked down the path, and sure enough, there was a chunk of concrete. It seemed like it had been covered up for a while, but due to wind and general wear, it had made its way back to the surface.
Apparently, several people had stubbed their toes and feet on it. The pictures below show the general location to watch out for, however, good samaritans have been covering it back up. It still lurks just below the surface.
This is the weekend, the Mirror will push this info to the town in the new week.
The following pictures give the general location of the rock:
Dumping ground or lack of proper maintenance
Nioaka Marshall says
I believe it is a little bit (a lot) of both.
When we were growing up there was a lot of cement on that end of the beach. Remnants of many years ago. Kind of like the old pilings o thst end.
You're trespassing says
That’s private property, not town property. So technically it’s trespassing.
Could this be a attractive nuisance?
Stuart Bell says
If people would stop staring at their palms(phones) like a crackhead looking for a rock, they may stump their toes less.
Madame X says
Hah, Stuart Bell. Something we agree on!