There were so many adventures during a week on the Vineyard; here’s a roundup of everything we didn’t already cover!
MV Beach Day
It’s not a trip to Martha’s Vineyard without a visit to the beach. We had an exciting one, with breakfast at the airport, wave riding, a shark sighting and all the sun we could take in. South Beach never disappoints!
In a family first, we ventured out on the Skipper for a fishing expedition in the waters around Martha’s Vineyard. We faced a little rain but that didn’t stop the excitement of reeling in a big one. Everyone had the chance to catch a “keeper”, helping others eat a fish feast that evening!
With friends in tow, we saw some of the best parts of Up Island on the Vineyard, including Aquinnah for some views and lighthouse climbing, and Menemsha Hills for a 3-mile hike to the beach and back. Needless to say, we wore the kids out after a couple of days!
Back to The Vineyard
It had been four years, but we finally returned to Martha’s Vineyard to enjoy some tried and tested spots for a summer vacation. And this time, we had friends to share the experience. But first, we had an action-packed 24 hours that included some favorite destinations and a rare trip to the agricultural fair.
Vineyard Hot Spots
While we packed a lot of major to-dos on day one, our entire week was filled with Vineyard favorites activities. Here’s a sampling of how we spent our days…
On Vineyard Time
After a three-year hiatus, we spent some quality time on Martha’s Vineyard. Our first day, in fact, was pretty eventful with a tour across the Cape and into Vineyard Haven and Edgartown. Here are the highlights.
MV – Best of the Rest
The Vineyard has so many great things to do, that it was tough to fit it all in. We had a fair showing to keep us held over until next time! Thanks to our family for a great week!
A Fair Time
An upside to MV in August is the West Tisbury Agricultural Fair, with animals, rides, games and more varieties of fried food than one can count. Here are some of the adventures!