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January 25, 2013


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Patricia Sumners

What Tatum says is true. I laughed and I cried. This event left me with goose bumps. Reading Tatum's "Tales of Tangier" gave me the same feeling. Thank you Tatum, Don, The Turkey Pen Pickers, BIC and most of all our Tangier neighbors that shared their heart and soul. Save The Bay and SAVE TANGIER!


This is a beautifully written piece! Thanks for sharing!

Richard Fletcher

I first visited Tangier as a youngster and saw what was then the only car on the island, or so we were told. Even by then, the Old English accent was pretty much gone from most people would talk to, an unfortunate casualty of TV, we were told.

Years later, I got a chance to visit again, stopping their on the way to the Western part of the Bay, where my godfather was visiting a marina for a night of fun, it is, in his Egg Harbor yacht, we gassed-up at Tangier before continuing on. We got a chance to see the Gold Shack, as it was called, I think, with hundreds of Playboy pinups on all sides of the small building.

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