Tuesday, January 14, 2014
After many years of planning, the big beach project at the north end of Seahurst Park is finally underway. The old seawall is coming out and a new beach is going in. Right now the beach is off limits - and pretty much obscured by big piles of gravel and rock and lots of bright orange and yellow machinery.
Here's a post from this fall, before construction started:
Seahurst, October 2013
(and from there you can link back to earlier posts)
The south end (where the beach was restored in 2005) was looking great, but was awfully empty with access to the park closed off. I actually walked in from Eagle Landing to the south. Which qualified as my exercise for the day (hshipman: Eagle Landing).