Day on Martha's Vineyard...

This is a VIRTUAL trip... Fifi has never actually been to Martha's Vineyard... would LOVE to go... but the closest I've been is to watching the ferry to MV in Hyannis Port while eating FABULOUS lobster...
NOW... The VIRTUAL trip begins... Let me take you to Martha's Vineyard with the help of Angela of Angela's Peony Patch... she tells me it is her favorite place on earth...

Martha's Vineyard is an island off the United States east coast, to the south of Cape Cod, both forming a part of the Outer Lands region. It is often called just "the Vineyard". With a land area of 87.48 square miles (231.75 km²), Martha's Vineyard is the 57th largest island in the United States.
It is located in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. The island is primarily known as a summer colony, and is accessible only by boat and by air. Nevertheless, its year-round population has grown considerably since the 1960s.
Ferries run daily to the island... off we go...
Arrive in the harbor... love the PINK sky...One highlight of any trip to Martha's Vineyeard is looking at each of the five lighthouses...
Let's start with this beautiful views of the Gay Head Lighthouse & Cliffs...

The lighting in the first shot casts PINK on the cliffs... stunning place...A perfect place to stay while on Martha's Vineyard is the gorgeous Harbor View Hotel... From the hotel you can see the picturesque Edgartown Lighthouse used briefly in the movie Jaws. I love this PINK dawn shot of the lighthouse...Here is a full daytime shot... From the light you can view the hotel... what a wonderful stroll between the two sites...Here is another lighthouse...

The East Chop Lighthouse is known as the Telegraph Hill Light and it sits on the highest point of Martha's Vineyard... "Designated "East Chop" on maps as early as 1646, the word "chop" was used by the English to signify the entrance to a channel."West Chop Lighthouse...Angela tells me... "I love riding my bike around Martha's Vineyard and taking in the beautiful homes."

"The architecture alone is enough to take me back in time to imagine what life was like among the rich in a bygone era." Beautiful homes surround a big open park... Angela loves the brown one...
Look at its beautiful PINK flowered doorway...Hungry for some lunch... Angela suggests The Black Dog Tavern...

Thank you Angela for your help putting this post together... I think I will wander down this boardwalk and sit on the beach for awhile...

ENJOY your weekend and Happy PINK Saturday... don't forget to visit Beverly of How Sweet the Sound and all her PINK post friends!
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