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August 17, 2007

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Shanna

My favorite part of this story is your exchange with the Whidbyites. What a chuckle!

Sarah

Having grown up on Martha's Vineyard and now living on Whidbey Island I enjoyed your posting. Reminds me of Marshall Dodge's Down East stories of Bert & I. Can't figure out where you were when you met that couple, though. It's just lucky you got directed to the right ferry, since there are two to the island - each dropping you at a very different place in "America". An important aspect of Whidbey Island for me is that there is a bridge off the north end - something I promised myself had to exist before I'd ever live on another island after suffering years of nightmares about missing the Woods Hole/Martha's Vineyard ferry and then being stuck on that island.

Kay Dennison

Oh boy!!!!!!! Another adventure! Love the photos! Glad to know your wanderings are continuing! I was starting to worry!

Nan

Leaving Manhattan - now married to the military and having to be transplanted to Whidbey. Was hilarious to read about what is in store!

Nan

Leaving Manhattan - now married to the military and having to be transplanted to Whidbey. Was hilarious to read about what is in store!

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