The ultimate Martha’s Vineyard vacation guide, from Aquinnah Cliffs to the Cape Poge Lighthouse, and every cottage in between.
Formed, according to Wampanoag legend, with the kicking of a giant’s moccasin into the Atlantic. Locally known as, the Grey Lady, due to it’s fog-ridden shoreline, and widely known as, the whaling capital of the world.
What catches the eye…
Over 4,700 acres of diverse habitats, with more than 3,000 acres of salt marsh, and a costal habitat to 300 species of resident and migratory birds.
Radiant sunset on the last day of August, 2019 from Madison, Connecticut. See that long strip of, what looks like, dark blue water in the distance? Well, that’s actually Long […]
Every year I take a trip up to Lincoln, New Hampshire to celebrate the NH Scot and the New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival, which typically takes place annually on […]
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