Any way the wind blows

I'm just a poor buoy
nobody loves me
I don't like being
called "monstrosity"

An intimidating reminder of 2018’s Hurricane Florence has finally been removed from Cape Lookout National Seashore, and it wasn’t easy to get rid of. It took help from the U.S. Coast Guard to get it done.

The storm’s 100-mph gusts shoved a 1,300-pound buoy up on one of the park’s beaches, and experts have spent 5 years pondering ways to get the monstrosity back in the ocean.