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181. Tor & Barbara Naess' house, interior living room Tor & Barbara Naess' house, interior living room Houses; Furniture; Folk art;

182. Tor & Barbara Naess' house, interior living room Tor & Barbara Naess' house, interior living room Houses; Furniture; Folk art;

183. Tor & Barbara Naess' house, interior living room Tor & Barbara Naess' house, interior living room Houses; Furniture; Folk art;

184. Tor & Barbara Naess' house, interior kitchen Tor & Barbara Naess' house, interior kitchen Houses; Furniture; Folk art;

185. Tor & Barbara Naess' house, interior - Tor & Barbara Naess Tor & Barbara Naess' house, interior - Tor & Barbara Naess Houses; Furniture; Folk art;

186. Tor & Barbara Naess' house, interior - Barbara Naess and Rita Colavincenzo (student) Tor & Barbara Naess' house, interior - Barbara Naess and Rita Colavincenzo (student) Houses; Furniture; Folk art;

187. Tor & Barbara Naess' house, interior Tor & Barbara Naess' house, interior Houses; Furniture; Folk art;

188. Top of Fort Waldegrave Path - sign to tourists Top of Fort Waldegrave Path - sign to tourists Architecture, building and construction; Folk art; Signage;

189. Tom Sullivan and his wife Ida in their side yard, Calvert Tom Sullivan and his wife Ida in their side yard, Calvert People; Spouses;

190. Tiny door, Middle Battery Tiny door, Middle Battery Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Doors; Houses;

191. Tiny door and window, Middle Battery Tiny door and window, Middle Battery Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Doors; Houses;

192. The Splink juts out from the cliff The Splink juts out from the cliff Landscape; The Splink is a rock vein that juts out of the cliff around the Pismire Gully waterfall, creating a small, private cove. Marina Gambin writes, My great-Aunt Aggie (Mooney) Singleton, St. Josephs, was almost 100 years old when she died. She told me that at one time, the Sphinx (as she called it) had carvings of winged animals, winged women, winged boats. She said there were lots of other pictures carved there, like a house on fire and a gigantic man with legs where arms should be. Who carved this stuff? She was highly offended when I called it the Splink. I guess it was named for the Sphinx in Egypt.

193. The Other side of Signal Hill The Other side of Signal Hill Landscape;

194. The Other side of Signal Hill The Other side of Signal Hill Landscape;

195. The Ocean; The Other side of Signal Hill The Ocean; The Other side of Signal Hill Landscape;

196. The Narrows and Blue Moon Pottery in the fog from Bruce Peters' B&B The Narrows and Blue Moon Pottery in the fog from Bruce Peters' B&B Architecture, building and construction; Landscape;

197. The Lane runs between the main road and the River The Lane runs between the main road and the River Landscape; Families; Over the Road is home to The Lane which runs between the main road and the River. Nashs have lived in the Lane since James Nash built there in the early- to mid- 1800s.

198. The Kitchen Sink used for playing cubby The Kitchen Sink used for playing cubby Landscape; In from the Big Rock and the Cock O Wee Path, the Rocks of the Wester Cove transition into the Landwash through a stretch of relatively flat bedrock. Here the rock shelves are foundations for imaginary castles, oceanfront rooms and meandering staircases. On the flat rocks around the Kitchen Sink, generations of girls have played cubby - sometimes with their husbands off fishing in the near and far tidal pools.

199. The Hayjers Rock stands at the entrance to Branch Cove The Hayjers Rock stands at the entrance to Branch Cove Landscape; The Hayjers Rock, standing solitary at the tip of the Wester Cove, is the iconic landmark of Branch - a reminder of the play between land and ocean, and a bedrock symbol of Home for generations. In the time of the first settlers, this rock was known as the Hares Ears - referring to its shape sitting at Branch Head. Although today it is sometimes spoken of as the Hares Ears, the name is most often spelled Hayjers, although variations exist.

200. The Harbor, as seen from the Battery The Harbor, as seen from the Battery Landscape;
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