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A Sturgeon Moon rising minus the fish

It would have been nice to have the fish to go with its namesake full moon: the Full Sturgeon Moon.

Alas, I had to settle for good conversation with a couple visiting Longbranch and Fiucy Bay for the first time. 303 more words


Breezy Longbranch summer sailing show

The graceful dance of a sailor at the end of a journey can be quite a performance as he drops the jib and then the mainsail, guiding a sloop into harbor. 190 more words


Dog days perfect for paddling

Dog days of summer are upon us.

Temperatures in Longbranch are soaring into the 90s our private road has to be watered down it is so dry. 218 more words


Free camp for military kids — including canoes and ziplines: priceless

Jean-Luc Rivera knows what it’s like to be a military kid.

His mom was a Marine for 22 years.

Born in Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., Rivera moved from post to post with his mother, including a 4-year stop in Okinawa, Japan. 562 more words


A little magic dust transforms Key Peninsula fairy camp into real fun

Nothing like a little magic dust to transform a walk in the park into a fairy tale wonderland of wings and wands.

A handful of giggly girls made their way down a leafy path early on July 13, 2016, to the base of a large cedar that doubled as the fairy house on a Key Peninsula park. 326 more words