Nantucket Island, the Gray Lady

My rental car rattled over the old cobble stone road as I made my way into the historic town of Nantucket.  Tourists were strolling the sidewalks dripping with flowers in window boxes. I was fresh off the red eye from San Jose to JFK and then JFK to Nantucket so I was feeling a little tired. The smell in the air was a mixture of fresh roasted coffee and the ocean.  I was in love.  I found my way to Union Street and into a tight parking place and sighed, it finally felt like I was on vacation. The hotel I had selected was a mid 18th century B&B and it was lovely.  The cobblestone roads and brick laid cross walks made me feel like I was stepping back in time. Below are a few photos from my visit on the island…  I wish I could send you the smell of fresh cut grass and sea roses. Enjoy! Shelley D

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One thought on “Nantucket Island, the Gray Lady

  1. Lovely post. I’ve never been to Nantucket, I am, as the name of my blog implies, MV obsessed and can’t seem to get past the Vineyard. Your photos are gorgeous and I am seeing Nantucket as I’ve never seen it before. Thank you for sharing, looking forward to more 🙂

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