Of Whales & Cobblers

Tangelique at the Farm

Tangelique at the Farm

  This is obviously the first time I have lived in New England. For background, I was born in Brooklyn. Raised in Rocky Mount, N.C. Went to college in Durham. Had my first job in White Plains and my latest in Atlanta. So, during my year hear, the plan is to see as much of New England as possible. Nieman Fellow Margie Mason organized a fabulous Whale Watching trip, where we ventured 23 miles out into the Atlantic. We saw about five whales and I took some nice shots. One couple of whales fully breached, but I missed it both times. Too fast. Last weekend, we all went to a farm, which was essentially an old New England village. Got to see a blacksmith, a cobbler, ride a stagecoach, that kind of stuff. Nice Sunday afternoon. Hopefully, we will see more soon.

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