We arrived in Vineyard Haven, walked around for just a little bit, where we found most things closed—between it being off-season (their season ended October 28) and with COVID-19 negatively affecting some of the few places that might otherwise have been open.
We caught “the city bus” from Vineyard’s Haven to Edgartown hoping to find more things open there, including a place to eat lunch.
A couple of Edgartown businesses we passed, in what turned out to an arduous search for an open lunch place, included:
Bob took a peek into Edgartown Books:
And we did finally find a place open for lunch:
where John got the Turkey Club, Bob got the Chicken Avocado BLT:
Vivian had their grilled chicken, havarti, & pesto sandwich, and Jeff had their chicken salad sandwich.
We got home after dark and had a “robust”—of both drinks and snacks—happy hour, and then we just had some clam chowder for dinner, before John, Bob, and Vivian played a game of Scrabble:
and then tried a piece of that maple walnut fudge that Bob and Vivian made, which was ready and cut up into 1-inch, 81-calorie-each squares.
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