Susan Branch's book arrived in the mail on Saturday, and I have not put it down except to sleep and do this blog post. I think you would love it too! As I am reading it, I am recalling the beautiful sights from when we went to Martha's Vineyard in July 2013 for a week. We will go again once we retire :-) Vineyard Colors photographer allowed me to share photos on my blog when I did the post in July 2013. Most of the photos below were taken in May and June 2013.
Brookside Farm, Chilmark.
Vineyard Haven Harbor - 5:24 a.m.
Quiet Fuller Street beach has a wonderful view of Edgartown Lighthouse.
5:14am, Edgartown Great Pond: standing in the water to hide the rising sun behind the boat.
Cedar Tree Neck Wildlife Sanctuary
Edgartown Harbor Light
Keith Farm, Chilmark
Lambert's Cove Beach, West Tisbury
Long Point Wildlife Refuge, W. Tisbury
North Road, Chilmark - wet, foggy, spring morning
Oak Bluffs Harbor
Seaview Ave., Oak Bluffs
Squibnocket Beach, Chilmark
One the many colorful cottages in Oak Bluffs.
We walked by Susan Branch's home when we were on the Vineyard (I was hoping she would come out in the yard LOL). In case you've never been to Martha's Vineyard - the three most populous towns are “down-Island” — Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, and Vineyard Haven (also called Tisbury). The three rural communities are “up-Island” — Aquinnah, Chilmark, and West Tisbury.
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