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25 Oct 2007 Since the docks were being upgraded our float house moved for a few days to a temporary location. That was about a month and a half ago. The problem apparently lies with the pilings. The new concrete dock is solidly in place, but a rocky sea floor has stopped many of the pilings needed for our homes from being installed. Now there is talk of float houses being moored sideways, partially secured with anchors. I know that our home, for one, is not up to that kind of treatment (is any float house?). Remaining moored on the visitors dock for winter is fine by me: nice view, quiet. However then there better be a piling so that the house can be tied up properly, in its original location, facing the right direction for the sake of both stability and view.

I am certain that this little story will have a few additional journal entries dedicated to it.


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