Latest in a series of posts on the Swifts
The Swifts are coming in April!
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photo by Jennie Gilrain
One of the many fascinations of the “Saving Our Swifts” project has to do with the demolition of the Masonic Temple.
No slam-bang, no, sir.
The delicate touch of a surgeon is needed to leave Hotel Chimney Swift intact.
The migratory Swifts are creatures of habit. They’ve been visiting the Masonic chimney for years. Like the Gadflys to Ocean City.
Developer Noble is trying not to disturb their routine. (This guy is something else, isn’t he?)
Take a good look at the territory.
What odds do you give for a successful surgery?
Well, not to worry too much.
If the chimney can’t be saved, Developer Noble will build a new one a short distance away (yes, this guy is something else, isn’t he?), and the smart money says the Swifts will find the new digs.
This photo was taken a week ago. The surgery might be done. Gadfly is not mobile. Can anybody put eyes on the scene and report back?
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