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MARTHA’S VINEYARD (continued): • Many artists live on the island, creating and then selling their hand-crafted, one-of-a-kind pieces. • Vacationers or residents reach the island via ferry or airplane, as there are no tunnels or bridges linked to the island. There are more than 100 lodging destinations, ranging anywhere from cozy cottages to campgrounds to swanky luxury resorts. • Although the oceans around the island are freezing with large waves and dangerous undertows, the island offers many harbors with warmer water. • Martha’s Vineyard is referred to as “Noepe” by the American Indians, which means “Land amid the streams.” • It is believed that Martha’s Vineyard was discovered in the year 1000 by explorers called the Northmen, who named the island Vineland. When Verranazo stumbled upon the island in 1524, he named it Claudia, honoring the mother of France’s Francis II. • The first explorer to give the island its current name was Bartholomew Gosnold, who also discovered and named Cape Cod. While lost in the Atlantic, he stumbled upon a smaller island outside of Martha’s Vineyard and gave this island the name. The next day, he discovered the larger island and after exploring, switched the names and titled the smaller island No Man’s Land. Martha’s Vineyard came from his mother, Martha. • The first school on Martha’s Vineyard was established in 1651 to teach na

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Having dedicated some ink to antiquing and pawn shops, Tidbits explores another of our major methods of retail “recycling” — the garage sale. Every single weekend, individual mini-entrepreneurs open their garages and yards to sell used (and occasionally new) items from their homes to bargain hunters from their neighborhoods and beyond. Here are some interesting bits about this popular underground economy. • Most of us think of garage (or yard) sales as a series of decentralized, unconnected, weekend family “stores” set up in the front yard, and for the most part, they are. However, every year, right before Labor Day weekend, there is a garage sale that stretches from Maryland to California. • This past May celebrated the 13th annual “Great US 50 Yard Sale.” This celebration was held May 18-20 this year. • The event includes a loose collection of businesses and towns along US Highway 50. Highway 50 is one of the longest highways in the United States. It stretches from Ocean City, Maryland, to Sacramento, California, over 3,073 miles! A 1997 article in Time magazine declared it the “backbone of America.” • Though the Great US 50 Yard Sale isn’t formally organized nationwide, its organizers have coordinated steadily with counties all along the route who have given their support. This support has grown steadily every year, with media outlets picking up the story. Although official numbers were too numerous and difficult to tabulate, one writer covering the story found over 75 yard sales in just one 25-mile stretch of highway.

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Tidbits of Hemet Issue 6

Issue 6  

Tidbits of Hemet Issue 6