One of the most important elements of the annual Shipwreck Day is the opportunity to see family and friends … and the “stuff” they score on during the course of a couple of laps up and down Commercial. My first photo here is of Dee Andrich, who snagged himself a fishing pole. Then there’s sister Cynthia (behind Foster Grants), whose lovely garden will soon boast a new birdhouse. Don’t know the folks in the next photo, but they were excited about showing off the mysterious contents of their bag. Finally, I got a big smile from Mallory Wold, who put in a hectic shift selling pounds of pastries from a sidewalk stand outside the Calico Cupboard restaurant. Just two more weeks to gear up for the Arts Festival! See you there.
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