The Wreck of the Thermopylae


The Wreck of the Thermopolyae

Originally uploaded by dchurbuck

A mighty wind blew last night through Cotuit — my anemometer is fried so I have no idea what the peak gusts were, but i’d estimate well over 50 mph. Lots of tree damage as I drove to church this morning, the sign at the strip mall is toppled. And sadly, my friend’s clam barge took a beating and foundered at its mooring.

Author: David Churbuck

Cape Codder with an itch to write

3 thoughts on “The Wreck of the Thermopylae”

  1. David,

    Great picture – you have a good eye. Sorry about you friend’s boat – interesting name “Thermopolyae” – sounds like another blog in just the name.

    Would be an interesting challenge to rescue the boat – marine salvage has always intrigued me.

    Mark

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