The web cams are working. There is a limit to how many people can be viewing them at one time though so you may have to check back. Right now the Harbor does not look all that stirred up and the Jetty is where the action is. I may go up and make an adjustment to them to get more of the show on camera.
We are several hours from the big wind. There are people all around the Light and the parking lot. I have seen at least two kids in their pajamas and one lady who nearly had her dress whipping up like a reversed umbrella. It was not Marilyn Monroe and the Subway from Seven Year Itch; it was more like Karen Allen fighting her way through the cob webs and the mummies in Raiders of the Lost Ark. I am sure I will see more like it and I am waiting for the TV trucks to return.
Channel 5 gathered a crowd in front of the Tower last night. I was working at the desk when I noticed all sorts of people stopped and milling around on the seawall in front. Haley had gone out to retrieve the cat (one of these days I need to write about the cat)(Inexplicably, I have a cat.) and she filled me in when she got inside.
Not as many cameras as I expected from the crowd gathered now. A few holding on to their hats and their families as they navigate the sidewalk. I have reporter in the the little courtyard taking notes with a mother and daughter and he is getting a few frames. Former Selectmen Andy Zilonis just went up and back too. Julie tells me the parking lot is pretty full. A red hat just came flying back towards this window from the area of the Tower. And there is the guy who was wearing it scuttling along trying to catch it. High Tide is about 90 minutes away. I'll be back later to report.