Monthly Archives: July 2010

Camp Small Point

Tuesday, July 13, 2010 Thick fog this morning should have insured that no one would visit.  I had intended to mow but the grass was still too wet.  We managed to have breakfast at the picnic table but it was … Continue reading

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The Power Fix

On a beautiful day with no visitors (the sea is still rolling in huge swells from the east), Dave Power called to say that he and his son Nate (the two that built the outhouse in the cove over a … Continue reading

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Friends Depart and the Fog Rolls In

Sunday, July 11, 2010 It’s been almost a week and I feel I’ve neglected to put a few things down.  Probably the biggest news, other than the great time we had with friends from New York who stayed for almost … Continue reading

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Holiday Weekend

Monday, July 5, 2010 My grandfather died fifty years ago on the fifth of July.  He was teeing off on the golf course after having staged the annual fireworks display the night before for all the grandchildren.  We had a … Continue reading

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Oliver’s Feast and a New Banner

Friday, July 2, 2010 We felt a certain amount of pressure today because as well as you think you might plan things out, there were too many things that didn’t go as expected, so you feel like it won’t all … Continue reading

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Beached Seal Pup

Thursday, July 1, 2010 Tuesdays are usually consumed with preparation for Captain DeBery coming in his boat to pick us up on Wednesday morning at seven.  Most of the day was spent in thick fog and rain so we had … Continue reading

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