Tag Archives: Setauket Long Island

Blurring the Line Between Fact and Fiction

  Writing from Setauket, Long Island: I tried to get a photo of a Revolutionary War tri-cornered hat through the window of Dr. Samuel Thompson’s house, but as with any early 18th century glass, the embedded bubbles, blisters and waves … Continue reading

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Long Island on My Mind

Visiting Long Island reminds me of how much I love the water. And spring. And children – all children but specifically my children and now my grandchildren. Water, spring and children… they all give me hope. The North Shore is … Continue reading

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