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Participating artists are Kanta Lipsky, Thaw Malin, Marjorie Mason, Brandon Newton, Liz Taft, Kate Taylor, and Valentine Estabrook.
There are cygnets on the Mill Pond.
Kwanzaan cherry trees — enormously spreading, aggressively pink — decorate landscaped lawns across town.
Delicious rain! Hearing it on the roof overnight, then awakening to a secret, misty landscape, wet, pouring all day.
It's been the week of flowering trees.
The 2011 Town Report is out.
What a busy time with Easter, Passover, Annual Town Meeting and elections.
The wind is blowing and cooler temperatures, even frost, are predicted.
Venus and Jupiter have made a spectacular show in our night sky.
If last week's column sounded too forward-looking, it was.
The first purple crocus has appeared in our yard.
Part of me wants to be outside in the sunshine, pruning, raking, digging, but the other part of me wants to burrow deeper into the cave and my quilt.
What a beautiful weekend.
Swans and ducks were crowded together this morning when I passed by the Mill Pond.
Mike told me the groundhog saw his shadow last Thursday.
Groundhog Day means two things in West Tisbury, Cynthia Riggs's party and the beginning of the local political season.
The Mill Pond has looked like the scene of a wildlife party lately.
The passing of Johnny Mayhew has overwhelmed all my thoughts and observations.
There is no West Tisbury Town News column this week.
I am loving these long weekends.