Carl Dunbar, a visiting geologist from Yale University, took this photograph looking across “The Anchorage” from the shore road in Woody Point. Some say that this neighbourhood was once known as Black Hill, but why I am not sure. The only building in this photograph still standing is that of Lisa Sorenson (circled in blue). Note the extensive fields above the houses and the old road (yellow) to Winterhouse Brook. The road to Trout River cuts across these fields now, and my home and Gayle Tapper’s now occupy these former pastures.