The northeast corner of the Quays of Laketown(w and s)

You have reached the end of Laketown, where the wooden boards form the quays that mark the end of the city proper. Here, fishermen land and launch their skiffs into the lake, using the very surface beneath your feet as their hunting ground. The greenish-blue waters of Long Lake stretch out in all directions about the city, filled with all manner of aquatic life.
There is water to the north, east and northeast.
The only obvious exits are west and south.
An elderly scribe looks about nervously