Here I am walking along Widgery Wharf on a Sunday morning. It's, maybe, the most historic piece of property off of Commercial Street. Since the 1700's, it has served the city's waterfront mooring fishing vessels, providing fish and lobsters for local dealers and housing many outlets for fishing industry supplies. The wharf itself has a very narrow path to the end, with a spattering of small colored buildings, and it is dotted with frequent signs that remind any intruders that this is private property and unless you have business down here, among the buildings, stay out. Even on a Sunday morning, just after 7AM, there were stirring figures moving around inside its buildings. I've been around this city for quite a few years, but this was the first time, I think, I had ever set foot on this wharf. Quite an interesting set of buildings.