West Tisbury, Martha's Vineyard 02575 (North Tisbury/Lamberts Cove)
Like Chilmark, West Tisbury is a small New England town, with its white church, general store, post office, old mill, farms, and ponds. But the grwoth of the Vineyard is spreading to West Tisbury, which now has a small center in what is know as North Tisbury, a place that in 1980's was a a shop or two has grown.
One of the most popular areas in West Tisbury is Lambert's Cove with its fine homes and a charming white church. The cove was once a place of anchorage for the town of West Tisbury. The area housed clay works, salt works (needed for the herring which were exported), and extensive trap fishing operations. All this has vanished. Even the road to the harbor is gone. A woodland path leads to the beach, which is now set aside for year-round and summer residents of West Tisbury.replica muberry handbags
Other points of interest are the Cedar Tree Neck Nature Preserve and the Christiantown Memorial to the Praying Indians. Cedar Tree Neck may be reached from the Indian Hill Road. It is a matchless piece of unspoiled Vineyard woods with a freshwater pond and brooks, bounded by North Shore Beach. Picnics, fishing, and bathing are not permitted here, but there are marked trails for those who appreciate the opportunity to watch birds, follow woodland paths, and walk along a quiet shore. The Memorial is located off Christiantown Road. Here one may see a tiny chapel, a pulpit rock where services were held for the Wampanoag Indians in the 17th century, and the rough small burial stones of these first converts. The Martha's Vineyard Garden Club has planted a wildflower garden nearby. replica mulberry handbags coach factory outlet hermes replica handbags replica handbags