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Sunset over Fort Pond Bay as seen from Duryea’s Lobster, March 28 2013, Montauk NY
Sunset over Fort Pond Bay as seen from the bluff near The Montauket, March 27, 2013, Montauk NY
Winter is slooooow loosening its grip on the East End, and we got a nice bit of work done on Sunday. We hit a good stopping point right as the wind was dropping out and so we treated ourselves to a tour around Montauk Harbor in glass-smooth conditions!
Today’s storm is from the East, not the Northeast. The grass is starting to green up. Winter’s on its way out. Spring is coming. You can feel it.
Light Pours Down Between the Cloud After a Storm, Ditch Plains, Montauk NY
During the summer I simply won’t go into the IGA in the late afternoon. Everyone’s come off the beach, realized they need stuff for dinner, and BOOM! Enough people for three suburban supermarkets packed into our little five isle IGA. It’s no one’s fault. Hungry people gotta eat. Even still, it’s A LOT of people…
There’s no place in Montauk that’s more relaxed, or more relaxing than mid-Summer at sundown at the Montauket. Except maybe a winter sundown. Quiet, cozy, beautiful.
There is nothing sweeter than summer in Montauk, and Montauk is rightly renowned as a summer resort community. But the backbone of Summer Montauk is year-round Montauk. We have a fishing fleet that works through the winter; a pre-K through eighth grade school that educates about 250 students. A handful of hotels stay open through…
Main Street, Dusk, February 12, 2013, Montauk NY