We recently encouraged Swellesley readers to send in photos of monster potholes on Wellesley’s streets (See “Beat that Wellesley pothole!”), and we’ve received a couple of good ones from Laura Winig, who collaborated with a Yorkshire Terrier named Coda, to give some perspective on the size of the divots.
Reader Christos Papavassiliou also shared a shot of a whopper — with the email subject line of “pothole or swimming pool” — at the corner of Shelbourne and Hampshire.
Others have cited potholes in Wellesley Hills near the Bank of America, on Cliff Road and on Squirrel Road, where we’re hoping to get a photo of squirrels frolicking in the potholes.
Please share photos here [email protected] or on our Facebook page of the biggest ones you find, where located and your name if you want a photo credit. To put the size of holes into context perhaps you want to use a prop, such as a ladder or giraffe. Just don’t get yourselves run over doing this.
And if you want to take some real action on the potholes, get them fixed by contacting the town’s Park & Highway Division.