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April 25, 2018

Lately, I have been giving serious thought to repowering my 13ft. Whaler Sport with a 450hp outboard. Presently I have a 40 on it.  My “speed is everything son” feels its way too slow. Actually “embarrassing” was the word used. I notice his sons Nico, 10 and Lucas, 7 a...

November 2, 2017

 It’s been a strange summer. Certainly enjoyable, but somehow different.

Muggier than most and lacking those hot days with cooling winds from the south that sea folks in coastal area revel in.  Fishing was poorer with a few exceptions and the vast schools of baitfish of...

June 27, 2017

 “All rivers lead to the sea” and Long Island, Connecticut, and New Jersey all have rivers fed by networks of tributaries and streams leading to bays, harbors, and the ocean. Having explored many, I keep finding new opportunities to be surrounded by nature from the van...

May 8, 2017

Walt Whitman is Long Island's native poet with world wide recognition. He was born in 1819 in West Hills, Huntington, NY. in the farmhouse built by his father. Whitman's muse always remained connected to Paumanok (Native American for Long Island meaning “fish shaped is...

August 1, 2016

Those of us who live on Long Island often do not realize the tremendous influence of the original native peoples had ,and still have on our lives. The names of many of our communities and roads attest to this heritage. Merrick, Massapequa, Shinnecock, Wyndanche, Rockaw...

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