Credit photo Brian Sidaway
Or should we say builds a stage. An attractive addition to our valley, creative masons expanded the stone rain channel to include an outdoor theatre. Very nicely done, we don’t know who or what is going to be starring in our new amphitheate, but we will post events as soon as we know.
Well what a nice grandstand
KC wishes all and sundry a healthy happy 2017
With Love from us, no offence!!
They went thatta-way…!!
Not so long ago, the island erected road signs designed to stop visitors from getting lost or confused. I was particularly pleased with the one in Kamini Harbour. Being Irish and all, it seemed normal; some newcomers however still ask me directions while staring with quizzical looks at the posted directions.
In like a Lion, out like a lamb, pretty much says it all about the annual yacht race from Athens to the Rock. Friday howling winds and high seas, these determind boats and crew braved the conditions to participate in the traditional season closing regatta. That was Friday arrival, leaving this morning in near doldrum conditions, so typical of fluctuations in the weather for these parts.
Th-Th-That’s all Folks
The event basically marks the official end to the season, most places will close tomorrow.
The comet staff and management made parole this month and escaped to the northeast coast of the States where we happened upon a pleasant surprise. An island also devoid of motorized transport. Fire island has long understood the value of not allowing mopeds and such, which like Hydra keeps it unique…
Two hours north of New York followed by a half hour ferry. Instead of donkeys most homes have their own “karotsi”, quaint little red wagon types for luggage transport. Grand as it was, but there is no place home and the greeting of a bray and hee-haw. Happy Fall y’all xx
Quaint as all, but never can beat the Hee Haw welcome of Hydra
Kamini Comet crew on parole.