From old time campmeeting all the way to corporation...what a sign! Well spotted!
It was quite intriguing for us visitors, I'd never heard of it before.
Cool Marbiz! perfect timing on posting these since our pres. arrived there that day!!!
JF - this is a really interesting village, with a lot of cultural history to it. Marbiz's other shots show more of the architectural style. Here is a Chamber of Commerce webpage, and the wikipedia page.
Hey k yes I did see on our evening news your "pres" and the girls riding their bikes around. It was such a charming place. I wish I had a "campsite" there! :) I loved it, also the cute village of Edgartown or "Amity" as it was made famous. I was just thinking I have so many pics from my trip last year that I still haven't posted. Should get around to it sometime!.
Your collection of Martha's Vineyard houses are wonderful. I've never been there but I hear it is quite the place to catch a glimpse of the rich and famous.
Thanks Jean, sure is a place for rich and famous starting with a current and past presidents!
Very interesting. A number of the resorts on the New Jersey shore (such as Ocean Grove) also got their start as Methodist summer camp meetings. Great series of photos of the gingerbread houses!
Thank you Avagara. I just loved how colourful and cute they are.
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