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Recycle – The Nantucket Way

21 Feb 2017 by Dan in category Uncategorized | Be the first to comment here.

Nantucket Recyle

. Thomas Edison once said, “Waste is worse than loss. The time is coming when every person will keep the question of waste before him constantly. The scope of thrift is limitless.” On Nantucket, we are constantly thinking about waste (sometimes literally when we drive by the ever growing mound at the landfill) and we’re […]

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Nantucket Peace

13 Dec 2016 by Dan in category Uncategorized | Be the first to comment here.

peace-on-nantucket

. In his 1969 hit single, “Give Peace a Chance,” John Lennon feels so strongly about the title that he and Yoko repeat it over 20 times throughout the song. This was during a day and time when it was hard to imagine how or where to find peace. War was raging in Vietnam, protests […]

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Love Story

04 Oct 2016 by Dan in category Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , | Be the first to comment here.

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. I spent a recent rainy Saturday watching The Notebook on Netflix for the 200th time (yes, I’m a sappy hopeless romantic). I love how Noah sums up his love for Allie. “Poets often describe love as an emotion that we can’t control, one that overwhelms logic and common sense. That’s what it was like […]

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We’re Dancing On Nantucket

06 Oct 2015 by shellie in category Uncategorized and tagged , , | Be the first to comment here.

Scallopers Ball on Nantucket

……  In the 1980 big screen hit “Caddyshack,” the outrageous and irreverent Al Czervik (played by the hilarious icon Rodney Dangerfield) is seen schooling his caddy on the fairway in the fine art of “not whimpering” about the heavy bag he’s carrying. Fed up with the lecturing, the caddy stops cold and retorts, “so what?” […]

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Holy Sinkhole Nantucket

07 Apr 2015 by shellie in category Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , | Be the first to comment here.

Holy Sinkhole Nantucket

Photo Courtesy of Nicole Harnishfeger of The Inquirer & Mirror In the 1960’s TV series Batman, the superhero’s sidekick Robin cleverly expressed his shock and amazement toward any given situation by inserting the word “holy” before the subject matter of the day. From “holy jailbreak!” to “holy fork in the road!” we knew that when […]

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