Friday, September 23, 2022

Town Columns

Aquinnah

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Christmas is next Saturday and I really haven't done much of anything about it.

Chilmark

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Two-and-a-half-year-old Jack made his first trip to circle the shore with Bob and Irene Hungerford, towed in a trailer behind Bob's red Ford diesel pickup truck.

Oak Bluffs

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As the cold moves in, so does my lab Molly.

Edgartown

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The wreath is hung, the tree is trimmed, I'm making my list and checking it twice.

Tisbury

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Grace Church is not the only one on the Island that has been hit by thieves.

West Tisbury

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Clear, cold nights have made the stars seem brighter and more abundant.

Aquinnah

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This is terrific in my opinion: I live on a road where if the brush is allowed to run wild you cannot see cars in the oncoming lane unless you pull out really far, so it's lovely to be able to see from a safe distance.

Chilmark

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We have one major holiday under our belts — yes, literally not figuratively — and two big ones on the way.

Oak Bluffs

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Downtown is starting to "look a lot like Christmas.

Edgartown

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I've never been as excited to see a bunch of wire spools as I was this weekend, and this is an electrician's daughter speaking.

Tisbury

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Friends and family said farewell to Helen Burt on Saturday.

West Tisbury

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Deer Week opened this morning.

Aquinnah

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I hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving and that all who traveled got to their destinations safely and quickly.

Oak Bluffs

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Thanksgiving will be following shortly after you read this column.

Edgartown

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Gobble, gobble! Today is the day all those wild turkeys roaming our neighborhoods mourn the loss of their compadres, all to our culinary delight.

West Tisbury

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Our weather still seems unseasonably mild as we approach Thanksgiving and the last weekend of November.

Aquinnah

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Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

Chilmark

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Sweet, sweet Menemsha scallops.

Tisbury

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Be thankful for all your friends.

Edgartown

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It has been nice to see the sun for a couple of days after all that rain and wind, but at the risk of making the most controversial statement ever to grace this column: I really wouldn't mind seeing some snow.