We stray from shipwrecks today to bid farewell to another summer. Labor Day has passed. Football is on TV. Children are headed back to school, and resort towns up and down the coast are closing up shop. Locals rule the streets, beaches, and pubs again, and they’re gearing up for a winter of spinning yarns about all those crazy “summer people.” And that’s why I love this bit of graffiti genius. It’s expertly positioned on the bottom of one of the smallest drawbridges in the country. Every time the road lifts for vessels entering or leaving Eel Pond, in Woods Hole, Massachusetts (which is surprisingly often), waiting pedestrians and cars can’t help not see how locals see their summer invaders.