Sign found after Hurricane Nicole
If you live at 139 Mullet Bay Road in St George’s, The Royal Gazette has a sign for you.
Hinson’s Island resident Claire Smith found this curiosity washed up on the island’s south shore after Hurricane Nicole lashed Bermuda on October 13.
“I figured it had to come from somewhere on Harbour Road — I was amazed that it got there from St George’s,” Ms Smith said, delivering the sign to the newspaper.
A quick Google search shows the address of a house for sale, and not a waterside property.
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