Aquinnah Town Column: April 12
June Manning
Great days of sunshine in Aquinnah all week with several nights of rain. The herring are running. The mute swans that have been in Squibnocket for the past few months have moved aside for the herring and are now in Meadow Lake.
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Aquinnah Town Column: March 8
June Manning
s winter fades away, we have been very fortunate in Aquinnah with just some snow dusting and nothing to shovel or really plow as the winds keep most areas bare.
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People of the First Light Believe In Common Lands and Sharing of Ancient Aquinnah Traditions
June Manning
We are members of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah). Wampanoag means “People of the First Light.” Aquinnah means “Land under the Hill.” We have survived on Noepe, “land amid the waters,” members of the Algonquin Nation and Eastern Woodland Indians.
 
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Aquinnah Town Column
June Manning
At last, a little snow in Aquinnah for the season.
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Aquinnah Town Column: Feb. 8
June Manning
We have experienced weather in Aquinnah from zero degrees to the 50s over the past week.
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Aquinnah Town Column: Jan. 18
June Manning

A few days of gray overcast skies in Aquinnah over the past week but mostly there were bright sunny days with intense orange-red sunsets to end the day. Temperatures have been in the 20s to 40s and still no snow, although there are predictions for a storm over the weekend. It appears that most of the birds have migrated south as there is a great absence of them this week. The deer and the wild turkeys remain in abundance.

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Aquinnah Town Column: Jan. 11
June Manning
The weather in Aquinnah is a little off beat these days.
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Aquinnah Town Column: Jan. 4
June Manning
Happy New Year! Peaceful moments at the tip of Aquinnah.
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Aquinnah Town Column: Dec. 7
June Manning
Tomorrow is the final day of shotgun season for deer hunters.
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Aquinnah Town Column
June Manning
There were chilling temperatures in the 40s all week in Aquinnah and with so much rain that Forrest Alley’s lawn is bright green once more as we head into December.
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