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Custom Dock status, Poets Cove, Bedwell Harbor

Just read that the customs dock may have been smashed earlier this month at Poets Cove. Anyone clear customs there recently?

Breaking: Jamal allides with Customs Dock at Bedwell Harbor
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The webcam shows a dock in place.



I cannot see the whole of the customs docks area. The web site does not indicate anything out of the ordinary.

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I was there the latter part of May, before the incident.
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Thanks Jack. We spent a night there on the dock so the kids could swim in the pool. Watched a kid pull his toe off when he was running to jump in and he stuck his toe in an old socket for a non existent swim ladder. I pulled his toe out and handed it to my son to go put it on ice. The couldn't save it. The socket was filled with cement by the next morning though. Ahhhh, summer memories.
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Thanks Jack. We spent a night there on the dock so the kids could swim in the pool. Watched a kid pull his toe off when he was running to jump in and he stuck his toe in an old socket for a non existent swim ladder. I pulled his toe out and handed it to my son to go put it on ice. The couldn't save it. The socket was filled with cement by the next morning though. Ahhhh, summer memories.
Oh, Ray.. I just didn't need to have that image in my head. Thanks a lot.
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We were out in the boat and heard the report of the ramming on 16, good to know that the dock is open for business.
Nice that you and Ryan have those great shared memories of boating Ray:-))
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