Imagine an ocean of islands spanning ten million square miles. Now imagine you must navigate that world without charts or instruments.
Memorial Day means wistful remembrance of the dead, flower sprinkled graves, cemetery pilgrimages, sermons and speeches.
On une 2, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission is scheduled to vote on the Lagoon Ridge housing development.
A passionate fisherman has left us all too early. I still can’t wrap my head around the fact that Bob (Hawkeye) Jacobs has passed on. This is a tough...
I came to the woods late in the game. Trees, now my guides, beckon and enlighten. I swear they talk to me. And I am learning to listen.
When it comes to the Vineyard’s coastal ponds, the time has arrived to move from study to action.
The VTA is an excellent, accommodating bus service, that is appreciated by people of all walks of life.
Five miles into the state forest I had a flat tire and discovered that walking in rigid, tight-fitting bicycle shoes can be painful.
On the Fourth of July my deck collapsed with approximately 20 people watching the fireworks.
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