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THE GOOD LIFE IN TENANTS HARBOR

Sea Street is mostly shady until ten o’clock in the morning.  After that, not so much.  The hill gets longer and surely steeper, and the post office and General Store no longer call as loudly.  Locals know this and walk … Continue reading

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SUNNY, WITH BREEZE AND RIPPLES

“And what is so rare as a day in June? Then, if ever, come perfect days….” (Check webcam page to verify.) The breezes are soft and frequent enough  to see if I can still tell the whispering of old oak … Continue reading

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THE EXCELLENCE OF TODAY

The heron waded at the edge of sand and water for more than twenty minutes, than delicately stepped in between the pilings of Dave’s wharf and disappeared from sight.  (The webcam might have captured the scene about 8 a.m. EDT.)  … Continue reading

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PICTURES MATTER

So many good things are happening, it’s hard to know where to start. The little wild blueberries are here in such profusion that bowls of half blueberries/half cheerios are daily delights. Typing urges surge as elbow malaise quiets. Roseledge Books … Continue reading

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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

“Are illegal immigrants counted in unemployment statistics?  And if you don’t know, how would you find out?” a friend emailed.  Well, I don’t know.  I assume the unemployment number is a government figure derived from papers otherwise filed by employers … 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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