Nantucket Island, 30 miles out to sea, has a reputation for lots of things – world class destination resort, enclave for the very rich, not so rich and semi-famous, and, my personal favorite, the Island of misfit toys! Nantucket also has 35 miles of bike trails, wonderful beaches and close to 50% of the land Read More >

Nantucket is its own little world – one of the neat (or, most of the time neat) things about living here. One of the ‘own little world’ aspects is weather… I am not a weather geek – so the following observations are simply based on having lived on Island for thirteen years. Foliage and Unitarian Read More >

“Small but fascinating and creatively designed museum. Great way to get a sense not only of the history of whaling as an industry but of the history of Nantucket and, in fact, of the economic, cultural, and intellectual history of the United States.” – was recently posted by EarthTraveler58 on TripAdvisor…and we couldn’t agree more! Read More >

The Nantucket Atheneum is a Nantucket treasure. The Atheneum, with its imposing presence on the corner of Federal and India streets, is our public library and offers something for everyone – year round islanders, summer residents and visitors, young and old, English speaking and non-English speaking. And the Weezie Children’s Library, overlooking the lovely in Read More >

Sailboat rounding Brant Point on a sunny summer’s day It may be too cold right now for sailing round Brant Point Lighthouse – but, at least according to Punxsutawney Phil, spring will be early this year – just around the corner.  Here is the current festival and event calendar for 2013: April 26 – 28 – Daffodil Read More >

First the Plungers rush in – then they rush out! Nantucket’s Thanksgiving Day begins with the “Cold Turkey Plunge” at Children’s Beach when hundreds of stalwart swimmers run into the chilly water – and run right back out again! The Plunge is a fundraiser to benefit the Weezie Children’s Library at the Nantucket Atheneum and Read More >

The Clean Team is a band of Nantucketresidents, both year-round and summer, who meet each Saturday between May and November, rain or shine, and pick up trash for about an hour.  It is amazing, and sometimes disgusting (!) to see the piles of trash that result when a small group of people work together for Read More >

Nantucket is its own little world – one of the neat (or, most of the time neat) things about living here. One of the ‘own little world’ aspects is weather… I am not a weather geek – so the following observations are simply based on having lived on Island for thirteen years. Foliage and Unitarian Read More >

So, you have gotten your dog to “sit”, “stay”, “down” and “leave it” – now you can add “tunnel”, “A-frame”, “ramp”, “weave poles”, and “jump” as you run along side pointing and turning! Dog Agility is more than a fast-growing trend – it is an opportunity for you to work as a team with your Read More >

Dodger at Tupancy Links,sailboats in the distance The Island of Nantucket is nirvana for dogs.  Almost one half of the land on Nantucket is under conservation and there are hundreds of acres that are available for off leash dog walking – Sanford Farms, Tupancy Links, the Gardiner Property, Lost Farm.  NantucketDogWalk has great information on the abundant Read More >