Vineyard Haven Town Column: August 17
Nancy Gardella

Let’s talk turkey. I have been known to say that, until I moved here 42 years ago from New York, I thought wild turkey was an alcoholic beverage.

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Vineyard Haven Town Column: August 10
Nancy Gardella
There was almost a disaster for me six days ago. As I was passing the hospital, I remembered that I left a large pot of rice simmering on the stove.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: August 3
Nancy Gardella

This is the fastest moving summer ever. Even with some of our downpours, the plants are begging for water. And I am happily entertaining a flock of turkeys – from eight to 15 daily.

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Vineyard Haven Town Column: June 27
Nancy Gardella

A special, heartfelt so long to Sara Brown of this newspaper.

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Vineyard Haven Town Column: July 20
Nancy Gardella
I have not driven on-Island for four summers. As I headed home from Oak Bluffs a few days ago, I was startled to see a traffic light turn red as I was about to cross the bridge. What’s that?, I thought.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: July 13
Nancy Gardella

Roll call. The whole gang is returning.

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Vineyard Haven Town Column: July 6
Nancy Gardella

Scholarship and soccer. You can’t get a better combination.

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Vineyard Haven Town Column: June 29
Nancy Gardella

Shane Justice Little Eagle Vanderhoop-True, my young friend, assistant, and dog walker, celebrated his last day of sixth grade at the West Tisbury school.

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Vineyard Haven Town Column: June 8
Nancy Gardella
Continued chilly. Lots of rain. Rivers of yellow pollen run to our storm drains.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: June 1
Nancy Gardella
It was so cold over Memorial Day weekend I was certainly glad I had not put my winter coat and snow shovel away.
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