22 July 2005

Anderson Hollow Cove

Every now and then, the people who fly between coasts look out the plane window, and actually acknowledge that there might be life down there.
Other bodies of water in the country can claim similar gatherings - Lake Havasu on the Nevada-Arizona border, for example - but connoisseurs of such revels say that Party Cove is the biggest and the best. Three thousand boats at a time may have crowded into Party Cove during the July Fourth weekend, according to an estimate by the state water patrol.
As a non-coastal American, I extend my welcome to the New York Times. Check in on us every now and then.

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