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COVER STORYSTRANGER IN A VERY STRANGE LANDA British Travel Writer Explores Long Island
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Newsday - Long Island, N.Y.
Author: Barrett, Frank
Date: Sep 4, 1988
Start Page: 08
Section: THE NEWSDAY MAGAZINE
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1) COLOR PHOTO BY Brian Scott Baer-1) On Shelter Island,the author assumes a typical tourist's stance as he stands on Ferry Road and photographs the restaurant where he ate lunch. 2) Colkor Photos by [Frank Whitney Barrett]-A sampling of the snapshots Barrett took during his tour: From left, a Wainscott car wash; 3) Sag Harbor's Whaling Museum; 4) a Sagamore Hill park ranger; 5) wildlife in Fire Island's Sunken Forest; 6) youngsters on the Shelter Island ferry, 7) and, behind an early American flag, a bed-and-breakfast home in Peconic, where the author found the "real" Long Island. PHOTOS BY BRIAN SCOTT BAER-8) Barrett strolling along a street in Sag Harbor, which might recall a nascent America and might remind a visiting Briton that "This Nearly Was Mine." 9) Barrett sampling the Island's bounty at a farm stand on the North Fork. He settled on a basket of raspberries - the process of enjoying them tinted his hands. 10) COLOR COVER PHOTO BY BRIAN SCOTT BAER-Underwhelmed by the East End's "Big Duck," British travel writer Frank Barrett maps out his next stop on Long Island. Color Illustrations by Scott Pollack-Ducks; STRANGER IN A VERY STRANGE LAND. A BRITISH TRAVEL WRITER SEARCHES FOR THE REAL LONG ISLAND. COLOR COVER PHOTO BY BRIAN SCOTT BAER-Underwhelmed by the East End's "Big Duck," British travel writer Frank Barrett maps out his next stop on Long Island

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