Well, how about that? St Paul's is still there on the corner of Eaton Street. I was in town with an hour to spare before an evening shift so I took my camera and my mask and went downtown to see what's what around five o'clock of an afternoon.
Rowdy visitors having fun in a golf cart which leads one to wonder primly if they know this a real town they are driving squirrely in?
A street encounter an a meandering conversation:
You can't wear a mask and eat at the same time:
The tarot reader who used to be here has bene replaced at last. I think it was about six years ago the dude got shot when he was visiting his family in Trinidad. That was a surprise. His booth has been empty for a while.
Not much business for street musicians, even violin players:
The main bars are still closed by state order, in this case the Bull is firmly sealed:
The mayor's race is finished but the signs linger on. Mayor Johnston blamed by Mark Rossi for bar closures, covid, mask rules and a slow economy beat him 60% to 20%. I guess that settled that despite the lingering sign.
Lucy's Retired Surfer bar is gone leaving an opening for some other optimist:
More cruising not shopping: