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Southeast Lighthouse

June 14, 2011

We approach Southeast Lighthouse via Spring Street.

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  1. Rosalind Feinstein permalink
    June 14, 2011 12:11 pm

    Dear Susie and Tim,

    While your entire saga has been an inspiring treat to enjoy vicariously – this little video really speaks to us and our level of biking experience! Can hardly wait to get going on the Vineyard in August. Bliss!

    Fondly,
    Roz and Howard

  2. m. kelsey permalink
    June 14, 2011 5:38 pm

    Wonderful sights you folks are experiencing in every direction…from high in the sky to underfoot to -CLOSE UP — to as far as the eyes can see looking straight ahead …Curious for the music. Surely your ears are not hearing as you go down a road what I just heard which was very,VERY beautiful…..

    • tslarkin permalink*
      June 14, 2011 7:03 pm

      The music is Fantasie La Rondinella, performed by The Julian Bream Consort, from the album An Evening of Elizabethan Music. I don’t know the composer, but I’m pretty sure it was some Elizabethan dude. I myself digitized the track from vinyl, whence the background scratching.

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