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Sixty-Something: My Love Affair With Christmas Trees

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - What I always remember first was the strange thin lights that had a hot oil substance in them and bubbled when lit.


Sixty-Something: My Too Many Hiking Boots

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - Each boot has multiple stories of trips in the White Mountains, the Green Mountains, the Rocky Mountains, the Alps, even Camp Hero in Montauk.


Sixty-Something: East End Indians' History And Lore

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - Mr. Bayles explains, "On the north side from west to east were the Matinecock, the Nissequog, the Setalcott, and the Corchaug (Cutchogue) tribes. On the south side in the same order were Canarsee, the Marsapeague, the Secatogue, the Unkechaug, the Shinnecock, and the Montauk tribes (Montauketts) or groups. The Manhassets occupied Shelter Island."


Sixty-Something: My Gardiner's Bay Sailing Season Of 2018 Comes To An End

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - There are only so many sailing seasons in a sailor's life. 2018 was magnificent - I had many perfect breezes and powerful sunsets.


Sixty-Something: Alec Baldwin Is Sixty-Something And Making News

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - East Hampton Village folks seem to know Baldwin as a hometown presence.


Sixty-Something: My Best Vacation Mistake

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - The moment of truth came as we checked out and our worst fears, that all was too good to be true, were not realized.


Sixty-Something: Two East End Bike Ride Suggestions

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - Let's face it, when we were young there weren't many sixty-something folks in spandex on road bicycles anywhere to be found.


Sixty-Something: The Lighthouse At Cedar Point

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - Even today many sailors on their way from East Hampton's Three Mile Harbor must negotiate the tricky current, narrowness and lack of cooperative wind when sailing through what is now not Cedar Island, but Cedar Point.


Sixty-Something: It's Montauk Daisies' Time In The Hamptons

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - Until I lived in Montauk I was not familiar with Montauk daisies.


Sixty-Something: Marie Eiffel Brings A Pleasant Touch Of France To Shelter Island

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - There are moments in special places that crystalize the essence of pure joy.


Sixty-Something: My All-Time Favorite Hamptons Mixed Drink

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - The drink was always heaven on a hot summer's day.


Sixty-Something: The Majesty Of The Hamptons In September

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - The many beaches while always beautiful are now so personal because there are with only a handful of sun and sea bathers.


Sixty-Something: It's Been A Good Life After All

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - When we grow old we learn not to sweat the small stuff.


Sixty-Something: Facebook Reconnects Me

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - Social media has connected us old sixty-something folks in a way to bring our lives back almost in a complete circle as we go back and forth with friends we knew when we were single digit years old, but living life caused us to lose track.


Sixty-Something: Fond Memories Of Labor Day Weekends

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - There were campfires with families singing songs all over the beach, there were family dogs everywhere just being dogs, there even were some locals who came down to check out "their" ocean.


Sixty-Something: The Nearing End Of Another Summer

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - Every spring I anxiously await the arrival of another summer.


Sixty-Something: My Favorite Historic Hamptons Breakfast Location

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - I love the white Formica counter tops and swivel stools at the counter, seats that have been occupied by the local regulars over the years along with the likes of Howard Hughes, Truman Capote, Bette Davis, and so many other personalities of yesteryear.


Sixty-Something: Remembering Fishing With Dad In Montauk

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - The smile he showed when the tuna was safely onboard is a smile I can still see vividly in my mind as I write these words.


Sixty-Something: Karaoke In The Hamptons Is Alive And Well

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - You can literally sing karaoke all over the Hamptons on almost every night.


Sixty-Something: That Wonderful Yearly Montauk Summer Vacation

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - If you Google "Montauk," there is only one meaning, that being the tiny fishing village at "The End" of Long Island.


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