Better Way to Stay
Last spring, the Falmouth B&B Association gathered together and pooled our resources to shoot a video about how great our …
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You Get What You Pay For
The winds blew so hard on Friday that I had to lean into the railing of the Woods Hole drawbridge …
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High School Dating…
Construction blogging is like high school dating.  You flirt, you kiss for the first time, and then all of a …
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Peeling an Onion
Week three of construction started today.  Our crew is still demolishing the interiors, literally peeling back the onion-like layers of …
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If These Walls Could Talk…
This week, construction began on the new rooms at the Woods Hole Inn.  With a crew of five demolition experts, …
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All About Irene
Sunday is already a bit of a blur for me.  Mix exhaustion with adrenaline and too much caffeine and you …
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Preparing for Irene
We are preparing for Hurricane Irene.  Will she pass with a whimper like last year’s Earl, or rumble through roaring …
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Blueberry Zen
Thursdays are pick-up day at Coonamessett Farm’s CSA (community supported agriculture) where I have already paid for my “share” of …
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Musings from the Midwest
This dispatch by Casey Manning, a wonderful writer who is here with us for the summer: “There’s something internal that …
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June is for Weddings
The produce, finally fresh. The sun, steadily shining. The weight of school children’s daily burden, graciously lifted. June is a …
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