A typical Kamini Rhubarb is underway. Our local church is having it’s roof replaced. When the old roof was removed a couple of weeks ago, it took some time, debate, haggling, confusion, and politics, according to local lore, to get the timber treated/painted before the new roof could be installed.
The result: a change in the weather, with storms looming, has caused a flurry of dawn-to-dusk hammering and building. A downpour into the interior of the old chapel could cause untold damage to the ancient fixtures.
David Fagan is CEO, president, managing director, author, publisher, and chief bottlewasher of DavidFagan.org. On his first visit to Hydra back in 1983, David decided that owning a bar in this exotic location was an ideal way not to spend the rest of his life in the fast-lane of corporate advertising and journalism. It was an idea spawned by the Honorable Bill Cunliffe of Bill’s Bar, renowned wateringhole for anyone who knew this part of the world at the time. He and a couple of old-timers, Anthony Kingsmill and Leonard Bernstein, planted the seed: Come!
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