That was the title of a newspaper article my Uncle Marvin wrote about fifty years ago. It might not be fall quite yet, but we can tell it's just around the corner. Over at the homeplace I turned the A/C off yesterday evening and opened the windows. Amy and I sat on the pizer enjoying the late afternoon tranquility.
As I write, the temperature is in the mid 70s. And the humidity is low. It's wonderful. If you're planning to visit this weekend I believe you're in for a treat. Stop by and say hello.
This month's newsletter is a story of Captain Joe Burrus, last Ocracoke lighthouse keeper before the beacon was electrified and automated. You can read it here.