June 25, 2007
Growing up on a vanishing wisp of land in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay has its advantages.
“Get up in the morning, go out, rove the seashores or go out in a boat,” said retired schoolteacher Bruce Gordy, 66, recalling his childhood on Tangier Island. “Look for Indian arrowheads. Play ball all day. Go swimming. Just a natural playground.”
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