Ralph's to get one of their really good pizzas for dinner. Charles E. Ransom and discovered that he was a politician from Sea Cliff who never lost an election and served as Clerk of the Town of Oyster Bay, Clerk of the County of Nassau, and Supervisor of the Town of Oyster Bay. He compiled a collection of vintage photographs and narratives in his book Gaslight and Gingerbread: A Photographic Recollection of Old Sea Cliff. Newsday said about this gorgeous place named after him:
The popular live concert series, Music Under the Stars, is held during the summer. Fishing is permitted; however, dogs are not. Entry to the beach is free. There is a parking fee though local residents can just walk in.Summer in New York.
We hope to be back in Bayville again real soon.