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BOOKISH ROMP

Christmas cheer prevailed as Charlie and I and our almost-family neighbors had our biennial holiday romp at our almost-neighborhood bookstore yesterday. Everybody got a book (Thanks, moms), then retired to the Finnish Bistro across the street for really-good goodies and … Continue reading

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NOT DEAD, EVEN IN WINTER

Dana called yesterday and asked if I was dead. I know a hint when I hear one. Time to answer emails. M: Regarding the harbor photo, I don’t think it is Jamie Wyeth, though the boat is his Dreadnaught. The … Continue reading

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HARBOR WATCH IS BETTER WITH MORE WATCHERS

The wind blows and blows and blows, and it’s not just Arthur, but I don’t know what it is.  The water ripples and glistens, the days stay cool enough to mow the lawn  with only one beer break, and the … Continue reading

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THRUMS AND WOWS

The goldfinches did their aerial mating dance this morning. Wow! The sun and breezes and twinkley water did their dance, too. Perfect. Lobster boats are tied up, waiting for prices to rise enough to make going out worth it, so … Continue reading

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READER TALKS

Instead of author interviews, I wish there were reader interviews. My favorite such exchange — and the only one I know of — is Scott Simon’s occasional Saturday morning conversation with the London cabbie on NPR’s Weekend Edition. All it … Continue reading

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SPIES IN THE HARBOR?

More fear-dredging from Homeland Security this last week. Now the potential evil-doers are unobserved coastal boaters at rest in harbors. So Tenants Harbor boaters are to watch their water-borne neighbors and be alert for — who knows what? This is … Continue reading

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