Sunday, May 18, 2008
Hole in the Wall
Hole in the Wall is the name of an actual place that is not located in my house, regardless of what the name implies.
This picture was taken from mainland Mathews near the old ice plant. The trees in the background are Gwynn's Island, and if you look to the right of the trees you'll see the Hole in the Wall. See it? No? Well, there are two very good reasons you don't see it. One, Hole in the Wall is just a name given to a particular spot of water where Gwynn's Island, Stutts Creek, and a few other important things such as I can't remember converge. It is also a popular fishing destination. (Or not, I can't remember that either, but I'm fairly sure my father used to fish there. Isn't it nice to come here and read factual, detailed, and highly accurate information?) Second, the picture above really doesn't show much of Hole in the Wall, which is technically a little farther to the right.
But for now, I just like saying Hole in the Wall. And honestly until today I never realized how odd the name is.
And, until just now, I completely forgot about the hole in the wall of my bathroom.