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November/December 2009

Winter Birding

Winter 2009

In ornithological circles, Nantucket is renowned for its winter birding. Far out to sea, surrounded by water that has a moderating influence on temperatures, the island plays host during the winter months...

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Nantucket celebrates its 350th

Winter 2009

Three hundred and fifty years ago, Tristram Coffin and his mighty band of family and fellow proprietors entered into an agreement to purchase control of the island from its native Wampanoag chieftains and...

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Ship Shape

Winter 2009

When Jay Hanley left his career in finance to become a builder, he brought a great deal of business savvy to his new endeavor. But before opening his own contracting business, he worked for other builders...

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From Nantucket to Holland

Winter 2009

Growing and selling plants is in the blood of the Dutch, and it showed every minute we were in Holland. It started with a simple e-mail from the Perennial Plant Association, challenging garden centers in...

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Thanksgiving at Company of the Cauldron

Winter 2009

All and Andrea Kovalencik certainly have one of the most charming island restaurants in the Company of the Cauldron. The rich wood tones and plaster walls adorned with antiques and nautical memorabilia and...

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Local Harvest

Winter 2009

By late October the harvest from the fields is largely done. But on Nantucket, two crops indigenous to the island are harvested beginning in October: scallops, for those with recreational licenses, and...

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Nantucket’s Sweetest Crop

Winter 2009

As iconic as the island’s rich whaling history and well-preserved architecture, the Nantucket bay scallop is recognized around the world. It’s prepared in the kitchens of five-star restaurants, and...

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Festival of Trees

Winter 2009

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