Leaves are falling but those warm sunny days still come and go. Watching the seasons
change is a pastime for more people than you would think. Port residents, and all
kinds of tourists, many come from close by towns, some even from other countries,
all come looking for a chance to witness firsthand our perfect place. In good weather,
or not, they come, if your not sure, be a witness, take a look from a great vantage
point, Port Stanley's turnaround on a weekend, and you'll see.
Looking out upon the water is what some people say is an addictive trait, it seems
to take hold on your very first visit, and then, never lets go. I can't help but
believe that to be true, as I also live with that addiction one day at a time.
The weather always seems to provide that forever changing view that keeps everyone
who takes a look satisfied. From silent still water, calming waves breaking on the
shoreline, to gale force winds creating waves that seem to dance in the distance,
varieties of that vision that all need to be remembered somehow.
History tells us that water has always been a place where people met, lived, worked,
and played giving life to all those close by. So when I see people in Port spending
time close to the water, I can't help but feel happy to have had that privilege
of sharing a perfect place called Port Stanley.