NANTUCKET NEARS

Could there be two places more different?   Taos, NM and Nantucket, MA?  Thankfully I am back in Savannah, GA to make the adjustment.  I am not sure I am ready to leave the peace and flavor of Taos that still lingers, but I am drawing on my Nantucket memories of the last 30 years or so to help me prepare.DSC_3792

The New York Times featured a spread yesterday on suggestions for a long week-end in Nantucket.  I was looking forward to a peaceful quiet week in Nantucket, which you can expect in September.  But the article may encourage New Yorkers to jet up there for a last grab at the Summer.  

Oh well, it just means I won’t get reservations at the trendy restaurants.  And truthfully, I am just as happy to visit the fish market or the Bartlett Farm

Bartlett Farm

Bartlett Farm

to prepare our own dinner in a relaxed way.   Sipping wine on the front porch while we enjoy the sounds of the harbor and not rushing to make the reservation on time, is bliss.

 

Is there a bad time to visit Nantucket?  I don’t think so…

Nantucket

Nantucket

About Jayne on Weed Street

Wife, mother, and owner of pets much loved. Gardener of three decades, amateur photographer, ardent about art, antiques and books.
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5 Responses to NANTUCKET NEARS

  1. Pauline says:

    It looks wonderful, a place to unwind and recharge your batteries.

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  2. bittster says:

    Glad to hear you’re still holding onto the Taos vibe, and even better to be headed to Nantucket!
    I really miss the New England coast when I look at your photos…..

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  3. Karen B. says:

    What a fun summer you’re having. I agree, there wouldn’t seem to be a bad time to visit Nantucket.
    Enjoy!
    Karen

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  4. jody says:

    you are having a really good summer! tell the new yorkers to go to Block Island!

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  5. Linda Dudley Mutch says:

    I love hearing about all your adventures. The Family pictures of Taos were awesome! You are so blessed!

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