Hubby and I got a little excited at the beginning of the week as we noticed a change in the marina basin.
OK, I’ll grant you the angle is different, so I’ll zoom in a little.
Can you see them?
Try this then.
Yep. On Monday, two pieces of string had been stretched across the water from one side to the other.
Why? I hear you ask.
To mark the boundary line for new properties that are going to be built in the future, where the land has to be backfilled, shored up and whatever else it takes to stop them sliding into the drink.
That’s one helluva drop by the way (see second picture).
The weather has been pretty good this week but nothing else happened until yesterday.
We noted that the guys were also working today (half day though as they were gone by noon).
Here’s a reminder of ‘after bollard removal’ from a fortnight ago.
Oooooo! Bits missing!
Moving on (or across) awaiting waste disposal:
We understand that there is piling work to be done first in readiness for the new floats and pontoons, which is likely to take three weeks, weather permitting.
I’m wondering now what kind of weather they’re waiting for, whether it’s three weeks before they start or three weeks for the duration.
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