Hello friends, Mike Murowchick here once more! As Save the Harbor's photographer and videographer, it was my pleasure to be able to attend our free fall cruise to Spectacle Island on Saturday, October 27.
On the return trip back to Boston, I interviewed Linda Grenfell of Dorchester. This was her first time accompanying Save the Harbor on one of our free cruises and she had a blast! She loves what Boston Harbor has to offer to people of all ages, and believes the Harbor is one of nature's gifts that we should not take for granted. While many of the visitors spent the day relaxing on top of the north and south drumlins or treasure hunting down on the beach, Linda spent her day navigating the island in search of signs of animal life. It is said that deer and turkeys call Spectacle Island home, but Linda believes that there might be another species that inhabits the island: coyotes!
This is the final installment of a four-part interview series aimed at capturing the many faces and stories of Spectacle Island. The first three parts can be found here, here, and here.
Here is the interview:
More great pictures from today can be found on our photobucket site.
Policy Intern / Photographer / Videographer
Save the Harbor / Save the Bay