Tuesday, June 4th, 2024

New: “Far Up-Island”

When we lived on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, our first home was in Aquinnah (then called Gay Head). It’s the most remote location, famous for it’s lighthouse and clay cliffs. The roads that lead from the down-Island towns of Vineyard Haven, Edgartown, and Oak Bluffs, become more and more remote the farther up-Island you drive. This place is in Chilmark, the last town before Aquinnah. I’d pass this house daily on the drive from Aquinnah to Vineyard Haven, and back. Saw it recently, and it hasn’t changed since those daily drives, over 30 years ago. “Far Up-Island” 24 x 12 o/c.

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