What a great peninsula. Sticking into the ocean. Little towns. Sort of a nowhere but somewhere place.
It's very interesting. Nova Scotia feel meets a little bit of Northern California as this weekend was cool and dry and a section of the spit has cedars growing. Wine grapes all around, lavender, too. Lovely micro-climate.
Across the water, a short distance, is Gardiners Island. A land grant over 400 years old, given to the Gardiner family by the English Crown--well, they still have it.
It's all a pyramid scheme. It was good to be British back in the day.