Lovely beach, Martin. My wife and I once lived in Tiverton, Rhode Island and would walk a beach similar to yours but with a local, indigenous name as it was in the land of the Wampanoag nation (as is most of southern New England). Our gaze across the water showed us the island of Aquidneck and the town we were looking across at was Portsmouth. Small World (or a distinct lack of town naming imagination, over here).
That Portsmouth is a bedroom community for the Newport Naval Base, now the home of the "Undersea War College". The Portsmouth in New Hampshire is closer in layout to yours, with a working Naval base for surface ships and the base 3 miles up the Pisquataqua river (named by the Abenaki nation).
I suspect that for next Christmas you might be in the waiting for another tool chest to hold the growing collection. You can never have enough tools, or places to put them.
Hey, @Stan Galat! I've been heating the shop quite nicely with my Propane-powered, Oil-free turkey fryer!
It does a great job, but the shop now smells like Memphis Ribs and I get hungry all the time. Kathy thought I was nuts until she dropped in to check on me and thought it was really comfy and said, "Hey! It smells GREAT in here!"