If you take Gov. Baker’s advisory to heart to stay at home, know that you can always keep an eye on Wellesley from afar via the ongoing live stream camera stationed at Wellesley Police headquarters.
People are probably on their best behavior in that particular space, which doesn’t make for the most compelling viewing. People walking by with babies or dogs or someone turning off or on to Washington Street without using a signal passes for excitement.
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Jeff Lowenstein says
Thank you. Now I came keep an eye on my orthodontic office across the street from our friends at the police station.
Ah, you should have been watching when my dog Tucker & I were waiting at the crosswalk opposite the police station on a hot summer day. No one stopped. A car waited to turn right from the station driveway. No one stopped. Finally, the car turned on its bright blue flashers and edged into the roadway. Everyone stopped! Fortunately, Tucker agreed to cross and didn’t stop in the middle of the crosswalk, as he is wont to do! Once we got on the other side, another officer offered Tucker his entire bottle of water. It was a joyous day, and I never realized the whole thing was being recorded until I read this post! Thanks for sparking this memory.