Woods Hole Marina

July 13, 2012

Summer People, Summer Not

Have you ever seen a road open up like the massive jaw of a great white, the asphalt, curb and yellow lines lifting together in one flat precarious mass, and reaching skywards as a lone sailboat passes on the water below?  This spectacle happens every hour in Woods Hole in summer, as the Water Street drawbridge opens to let boats in and out of the protected marina called Eel Pond. It’s quite a sight to see – a mast floating past steel girders, sunburnt boaters below waving up to the crowd, traffic halted with people on bikes, scooters, vintage cars […]