Fishing is best when the tide is moving at deepwater spots like docks, marinas and channels, but even shallow water at the beach can work. Look for disturbances on the water surface, or little fish jumping to escape—there’s probably a school of snappers on the hunt!
In early spring, it’s too cold to plant seeds. Get a jump on your summer crops by starting seeds indoors! Vegetables like peas, beans, broccoli, melons, peppers and tomatoes are very happy to begin life on a warm windowsill.
In the cold, snowy winter, it’s easy to see which plants are evergreens—they’re still green!
This fall, when you are at a farm stand picking a pumpkin, check out the ornamental gourds.
There’s nothing that says summer like crunching on fresh-picked cob and tasting those juicy kernels bursting on your tongue.
June and July bring an abundance of sweet, tasty berries to the farm stands of the East End.
If you have ever taken a walk on a beach, you know the sparkling waters
around the East End are home to many types of creatures with hard
shells. From big surf clams that wash up on shore to slipper shells stuck on
rocks, they come in all shapes and sizes, colors and textures.