During a heavy deluge this afternoon our new neighbor called and told us our old boat was sinking.
Mike Burden, from across the street, did a double-take on his way home. He donned his white boots and came over to help.
Stuart, the owner of the Greenport White’s Hardware, … Continue reading
For most Americans, the Normandy beachheads evoke images of courage, carnage and sacrifice. Ironically, to the French, these beaches are now associated with some of their finest oysters. The huge 45-foot tidal variation that bedeviled General Eisenhower provides the modern French oyster farmer with easy, albeit risky, access to his … Continue reading
Two weeks ago, we began acquiring oyster seed at 2mm. The size of a grain of sand, it’s called spat. We buy from several nearby hatcheries, in case one has a poor set and cannot supply us with the requested amount.
The … Continue reading