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Today marks the middle of Restaurant Week. Rowene Weems had “a lovely dinner outside on a beautiful night at Harvest. The atmosphere was magical, with lights and a full moon. There is also something cool about being next to the train station.”
For more on the Westport Weston Chamber of Commerce event, click here.
I’ve been inundated with sunrise and sunset photos. They’re great — but there are tons of them. Here’s a compilation.
Now let’s call a moratorium on sunrise and sunset photos. At least until winter.
The shore was the place to be late this afternoon.
A spectacular rainbow appeared. And a ton of “06880” readers had the same idea.
Judith Shaw writes:
“Westport will always be home. I regularly visit my mom, Freda Easton, who came here in 1955 and still lives in the area. My visits always include a trip to Compo Beach.
“This morning was no exception. I couldn’t help smiling when I came upon the Remarkable Bookcycle. It warmed my heart, as the beach and bookstore are 2 venerable locations embedded in my memory.”