This group was the “Paul Johnson Paddle” if I got the sign right as I drove up. If not please someone correct me.
Got there at slack water. By the time the tide gets to Old Washington Street Bridge its about three hours behind the mouth of the river in Scituate. Example, yesterday at Damons point the tide was high at 12:06pm, the ebb of the tide and the slack water started about 2:45pm and the turn of the tide under the bridge was around 3:12pm.
On the northwest side of the bridge, during the last repair work, this wide and level grade to the street was created. The trees and brush have been removed and access to the water is made easy. Is it deliberate? What is the town and abutters attitude about parking for long periods? Anyone know these answers, comment please.