September 27, 2014

Martha's Vineyard: Skunk Box and Other Stuff

Here is today's travelogue from the island of Martha's Vineyard. 

Let's go for a stroll in Edgartown, the Vineyard's first colonial settlement and the county seat since 1642. 

Along with beautiful Greek Revival houses built by whaling captains ...
below are a few other views.

On the Harborside Inn property, I found the Captain Prada House. (Could not find the House of Chanel.)

"They" say that salt air makes hydrangea turn a raspberry hue.

It is hard to tell whether this is a front or back door.

 Warning: Do Not Touch. (Go on to the next image.)

Dock Street Coffee Shop serves great scrambled eggs. 

Gates off Main Street.

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