Monthly Archives: July 2020

Tom Marrone’s Obituary

Thomas L. Marrone, 77, passed away unexpectedly in the peaceful waters of Echo Lake on 7/27/20, while on an outing with his wife, Margo, and grandsons. He was born in Bethpage, NY to Thomas D and Marian (Maggi) Marrone on … Continue reading

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Passing of Tom Marrone

I know that some of you are already aware that Tom died in Echo Lake on Monday afternoon.  We assume it was his heart & that he simply slid under the water unnoticed.  His countenance was peaceful. We have not … Continue reading

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Canopy walk at VINS, Brown Bag Concert Series and Zoom Book Club meetings! ~ Margo’s Plymouth report

Reprinted with permission from The Vermont Standard 7/26/20 Warm weather has visited our area again (actually, not sure it ever left us!), so dips in the lake have been a terrific way to cool off.  Milfoil has apparently been an … Continue reading

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Windy, hot weather and a poem! ~ Margo’s Plymouth Report

Reprinted with the permission of The Vermont Standard 7/19/20   I guess I need to start by admitting that I really have nothing to report this week!  A couple of early morning bike rides have been nice.  The rains came … Continue reading

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Tours at Historic Site, Food truck at Camp Plymouth State Park, & Dinner at The Inn at Water’s Edge! ~ Margo’s Plymouth report

Reprinted with the permission of The Vermont Standard   7/12/20   Although “Fay” made it all the way to VT, we were fortunate compared to other areas where wind and rain caused considerable damage.  We surely needed the rain.  Not … Continue reading

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Fishing, 4th of July celebrations, lost hikers, upcoming Tyson Ladies Aid picnic, & curbside service for Plymouth Cheese! ~ Margo’s Plymouth report

Reprinted with the permission of The Vermont Standard 7/6/20 Well, the holiday weekend has come and gone – a very different one for most of us.  Cars were streaming into Ludlow on Friday afternoon and I don’t believe I have … Continue reading

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