Ok, this year was a lot prettier than last year. Hurricane Sandy ripped through the East End a little more than a year ago, leaving much of the region without power for as long as 3 weeks. Yes, I was one of them. Since then homeowners have been exploring their options to prevent their milk from souring and the Internet from going down. One of the most popular solutions has been purchasing a home generator. From the simple gasoline lawn mower engine variety to the more complex, heres a quick intro some of the basic facts from the folks at East Hampton Energy Solutions!
Sure, the pools are closed and the beach is a little bit nippy. But if you've ever had a doubt that the Hamptons are spectacular in the fall then look no further. Here are some of my favorite sites in and around the East End.
|Scarecrows line Main St. Amagansett, thanks to the kids from the local elementary school!|
|North Haven foliage or as a news anchor I once worked with called it... Foil-age!|
|Mill Hill Lane, East Hampton Village.|
|EH Village Fringe, near Buckskill Rd.|
|The center of Sag Harbor Village!|
|The prettiest tree in the Hamptons, seriously! Look at the Shape! Brick Kiln and Scuttle Hole Rds.|