In from Provincetown unloading his catch at fishing port of Menemsha. Timothy Johnson

Friday, July 18, 2014

To take a trip up-Island on the Vineyard is like traveling to the past. Stone walls which forgotten Vineyarders built are our stone walls now. And traditions such as fishing and farming are still practiced. Sundays are family dinner nights. It will do your soul and stomach well to head to Chilmark for fish and salad makings. (And don't forget a bouquet of flowers for the table!)

Comments (3)

Dennis Jackson, Oaks Bluff
Please, Gazette! "Sundays" is plural, not possessive!
July 20, 2014 - 2:29pm
Dennis Jackson, Oaks Bluff
FYI, the possessive, as opposed the the plural, of "Sunday" also appears on the Gazette's FB page....
July 21, 2014 - 9:43am
Pam Kaczer, Cheshire, CT
Love Chilmark. While those who built those wonderful stone walls are not known to most of us their work remains admired by many. I appreciate those whose labor left those walls and often wonder who they were and how long it took to build them. Sunday dinner with the family, fishing, farming and enjoying flowers are wonderful traditions that should be embraced.
July 22, 2014 - 1:14am


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