Well, before we go to the beach, let me show you a little more of Debbie’s garden.
Bob and Claudia on the way back to their bigger boat after shopping at Menemsha Market.
The United States Coast Guard Station in Menemsha, just below Debbie’s cottage.
The street going to the beach has a few small businesses on it. Here are a couple of clothes stores and an antique shop.
The above and below pictures are fishing cottages on the Menemsha harbor.
These old, tired, rusty fishing boats have since been hauled away.
This is a deli that did not open this year. Too bad!! They had great coffee.
This is the Bite. It’s an eatery that serves sea food any way you like it – as long as it’s fried. No inside eating – you either eat at the picnic tables on the side or take it home. It is very, very good.
On a hill overlooking Menemsha Harbor.
This is a stack of lobster traps. Hold your nose when you pass by here!!
A jetty protects the harbor. On the right is Menemsha pond. To the left and behind is the Atlantic Ocean. In the misty left background is the harbor.
Debbie overseeing her realm.
Menemsha beach – calm waves and very rocky. You need water shoes if you plan to walk very far.
This cormorant has f0und him a tasty morsel for breakfast!
People come from all over the island to see the Menemsha sunsets. Next time, we’ll take a look at a few.