BOB HARRIS PHOTO Sunset at Silver Beach looking toward Southold.
Every time I tell someone I live on Shelter Island year-round, they always ask the same question— “What do you do out there in the winter?” I thought a lot about that statement this past Saturday afternoon.
It was a cold, late November day, and although I had a date that evening, I really had nothing exotic planned for the afternoon. (more…)
It sure is funny how life works. For instance, you would think that the thing you spent a lifetime studying would be the very thing that you feel you know the best. (more…)
How many times have you retired folks been asked: “How do you like the retirement life?”
During my life, I thought someday it would be great to wake up every morning and have the option to do anything I wanted for that day. Now, I realize, as nice as that sounds, we human beings are not wired that way. (more…)
JASON GREEN PHOTO Tom Cronin, left, and Toby Green, bound for Florida, and the record book
Continuing our adventures with Shelter Island’s thrill-seeking buddies, Toby Green and Tom Cronin — two middle-aged family men who still have much exploration left in their lives — here’s the news. (more…)
Gardiner’s Bay Country Club Pro Leigh Notley, Sid (Ironman) Beckwith and Bob DeStefano.
My Shelter Island story started in 1962, my first year as a head golf professional and the start of a lifetime dream. (more…)