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Hazy skies seem to hold in the heat and obscure the landscape as though a theatrical scrim was dropped over the island.
The summer solstice, and with it the longest day of the year, has come and gone.
I remember feeling very Bohemian and worldly, sitting in The Elms Inn drinking wine and eating escargots.
Anyone driving through North Tisbury has no doubt been enchanted by Argie Humphreys' old orchard, now newly flower-filled.
"Come and sit by Katherine C.
I often feel that Mike and I could make another dog from the amount of fur we regularly brush off Tallulah and Murphy.
What perfect days we have had lately.
There was quite a crowd attending Beth Toomey's retirement party at the Ag Hall last Saturday night.
Leaves have appeared overnight.
Parents, grandparents, and children filled the field at Sunday's Easter egg hunt at the firehouse across from us.
Three mildish days last week and everyone I know is up to their eyeballs in seed catalogues and garden plans. Green tips of daffodils...
Tucked into crevices of tree bark, stonewalls, shingles, and wood piles, snow has remained un-melted as temperatures stayed below freezing all week. There is...
The first weekend of this new year was snowy, windy, and cold. Despite two solid days of snow, remarkably little has accumulated on the...