L.P. in East Hampton


I’m in East Hampton, NY. Can you believe that shit?  I’m in this little rinky-dink town where the locals walk around with more cash on their person than the cost of a basic bone-resetting surgery. 

            I mean, don’t get me wrong. It’s cute and all; it’s just weird. Kerrie and I flew out of Boston on a small plane (upon which we were the only two passengers – pretty cool) and arrived in Islip at around 9:00 a.m. Drive, drive, drive, traffic, traffic, traffic, bagel, coffee, drive, drive, drive, and ARRIVE.

            We’ve been here two days and have loved it. We’ve driven around, been confused, gotten lost, attempted to interact with the locals, and hit the breaks as a wild turkey (not the beverage) hopped across the road. It’s been great.

            Oh yeah, book stores. Found one – a used one, and it’s across the street from a deli; I’m thinking that was strategic, especially since it’s been there for over 30 years. There’s a library around here too – another building that’s been here since the Exodus.

Reading – just ordered book two in Peter V. Brett’s Demon Cycle series – Desert Spear.

        Writing is back on track. Just called my good writing friend, mainelysane, last night. All is well.

Yep, East Hampton, NY.

Unreal.

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4 thoughts on “L.P. in East Hampton

  1. Sue Miller says:

    Oh, wow! You’re really coastal Levi. Have you spent much time in NYC? I was there for two weeks back in 2000 and it was an amazing city then. Enjoy settling in and getting to know your new community. Looks great!!

    • Susie, we have yet to visit NYC, but we’re planning on getting there on a long weekend. Thanks for checking in and the recent videos of Levi look great. Cheers to you and Jason and keep a spot open for us down under.

  2. Teresa says:

    Glad you’re liking NY. Sounds nice & quiet. Sounds like you may have to travel a bit to get some good reading material. That’s OK..I’m sure there is coffee along the way, or at least a nice cup waiting at the end of the trip. I am very happy for you. Enjoy you’re new life!

    • T –
      Thanks so much. The coffee here is great, actually, but yes, we really enjoy EH. It’s different, all right, but it wouldn’t be much of an adventure if it was just like every other place. It’s a great town, great people and a funky vibe. It’s perfect.

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