The trip to Morning Glory Farm in Martha’s Vineyard is one of the delights of my day. When I walk in, the smell of fresh peaches and strawberries pervades the place. I love the zucchini bread for my afternoon tea.
A lot of Washington moves to Martha’s Vineyard for the month of August, when I am there. The dinner parties are lavish affairs. The clothes are casual but the conversations are not.
Menemsha Harbor in Martha’s Vineyard is a working fishing port. I love to get up early and watch the boats go out on their runs. This is one of the spectacular scenes from Menemsha.
Some birthdays are so perfect, they defy description.
The sunsets in Menemsha Harbor Martha’s Vineyard are legendary – some say you can see the green flash as the sun dips below the horizon.
No better place for writing than on a boat in Nantucket. The atmosphere is inspiring.
They say when one door closes, another opens. Looking for another door in Nantucket.
Summer time is island time, for me. This year I have come to Martha’s Vineyard very late, due to unforeseen circumstances. But the beauty is timeless. Once again, the same scenes are waiting for my arrival – as wonderful as ever.
Take a look. Great photo! someone reading my book on a Kindle in Capri.
While researching my next Sinclair novel, I went to King’s College,Cambridge and was fascinated by this statue of Henry VIII.