Thank you for taking me into your little corner of the world. I can see why you love living where you live-it's a beautiful place, Linda. It reminds me some of some of the places we've been to on Cape Cod. And it reminds me of my home town which now isn't anything like it was when I grew up. The "oval" used to be abounding with shops-ones you could actually AFFORD to shop in. It was a place you could AFFORD to live....not any more. How I miss those days. It's sad how that appears to be happening all over.....people are being taxed out of places they love-it's just not right.
Someone put up a post on reddit. She came out to east end and took a photo of a rock. It was wrapped in something around the middle and the price- 190 bucks! Not kidding! It's on my pinterest Eastern Long Island board. You know what ? It isn't a joke! They WILL sell it!
Oh Linda, this was so nice. I loved seeing your small town and I just wish I could come and visit before you move south. I have never lived in a small town, but enjoy driving through them and trying to imagine how it would be to live there. Where I live now is the closest to small town living, but we are so surrounded by the main highways and the city. It is sad that we are getting to a point where you can't afford to live where you love it. Thanks for sharing this.
Your bed will be waiting for you and Max wants to meet you!
I would love to meet Max. Going to see if I can do this.
Thanks for the glimpse into your corner of the world, Linda. I enjoyed strolling your streets seeing the shops and the people. Looks like a very interesting place.
We moved to Sag Harbor when I was in my 30's . I grew up in Southampton. It's about 15 miles to or from Sag Harbor. Southampton is a bit bigger but not laid back like Sag Harbor.
Wow what a cool place. I to wish I could go before you leave it. It is so artsy and I know I would love it. Thanks for sharing it with us.
You would fit in here like a glove! VERY artsy.
I love Sag Harbor and when I lived on Long Island I went there frequently. I wish I could afford to live there.