I came across these pictures yesterday and thought you'd enjoy seeing them. This area was so beautiful with its massive old oak trees and beautiful summer flowers.
In 1996 I was on vacation in Falmouth, MA, and took the ferry over to Martha's Vineyard for the day. Our ferry docked in Oak Bluffs and I soon discovered the hundreds of little Victorian cottages that were built starting in 1861. The cottages were used when people came to the island to attend revival meetings at the Tabernacle. Today the cottages are the most perfectly preserved collection of Carpenter Gothic style architecture in the world and are used as family vacation homes.