Louise Clark has lived and worked on Shelter Island for over three decades.
Today she’s a garden-growing, bee-keeping, firewood-stacking American citizen, who won’t eat mutton.
But growing up in Dublin she was Louise O’Regan, daughter of Joan and Mick, a city girl who loved to play “camogie,” a high-contact stick and ball sport. Even her husband of 20 years, Shelter Island builder and fisherman Keith Clark, is not sure when this profound transition happened. (more…)