Workers were busy today putting disassembled Swan Boats on a flatbed truck for the trip to wherever it is they store them for the winter.
they used to store them in a backyard in brighton. not sure anymore. one night in my teens a friend and i and some budweiser almost did something terrible. then we realized that the boats were pretty important and we should just go home and play video games.
It used to Brighton. I spent a few early weekend spring afternoons painting them before they hit the water. Thanks for not touching them and letting them be.
It's amazing that they stored these historic things in a random backyard in Brighton, where, as per post above, they were vulnerable to damage or vandalism.
And they were in locked garages which did not have signs that said "Swan Boats in Winter Storage Here".
My friend lives on the street behind there. They take up the whole backyard of the house, it's odd.
Can now smoke their weed, and the homeless can sleep, with a little more privacy in the public garden?