Over the weekend and on the way to Halibut Point, a State park which is primarily a granite quarry, my human got lost. After living on Cape Ann and this being her second visit to the park you’d think she would know where to go.
Taking a left instead of a right on 127 she got back into Gloucester before she knew she was going the wrong way. More than one helpful person gave her directions. Some even taking time out of their campaigning to help out. Next, HT drove by King Beach. (Look for a post about that later this week!) The last time she had been there was to take pictures when a dam broke and flooded the area.
Then she stopped short when she spied a great view of a breakwater. While taking pictures of fighting fisherman she noticed the side door to the dilapidated building was open, beckoning her inside. Walking in HT found busted cars, busted windows, even busted floors. Not wanting to miss any time at Halibut Park she made a note to go back later and was on her way.
Do you have a urban exploration story you’d like to share? My human learned to bring someone else with her after she almost walked over snow covered holes in the ground. She never would have heard the end of it.
This is part of our new Explore 2010 series.