This week on the East End was punctuated by the usual early June sunshine and early summer traffic, dampened by a late week storm that washed the twin forks clean.
The Beacon’s week began on June 1 at Montauk Point and headed east to Louse Point, where a souped up bayman’s Toyota was captured on film..er…er..on an SD card.
In Sag Harbor’s Oakland Cemetery, friends of Lance Cpl. Jordan Haerter were keeping the young marine’s memory alive, five years after his death in Iraq.
In Greenport on June 2, the Greenport Boat Show was well underway, while the FDNY fireboat “Firefighter” was open for tours.
By mid-week, Flanders artist Andrea Cote’s multimedia exhibition was underway on Riverhead’s Main Street.
The rain came in over Ponquogue Bridge in Hampton Bays Friday morning, as much of the Shinnecock Inlet commercial fishing fleet stayed at the dock. By the morning of June 8, the mist was clearing on Reeves Beach in Riverhead, paving the way for a beautiful sunset at the Robins Island dock in New Suffolk.