Thoughts on life and love on the East End of Long Island have been flowing from me, into a series of stories. Comedic, dramatic, and romantic perspectives include those of a war-time military wife, a police officer’s wife, a dating divorcee, the manager of a Hamptons yoga studio, a natural product executive, a candle maker, a photographer, and a news journalist.
On a car-less summer island, I travel barefoot to neighboring communities on the beach or sandy back roads, to explore, visit with friends, listen to music, or work, for the Fire Island News. How blessed am I?!
Despite the missing dunes, drumming can still be heard beginning just before sunset on Monday evenings at Sagg Main Beach in Sagaponack. Post-Sandy, off-roading is limited. The parking situation remained the same. Town of Southampton Permit needed, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.