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Clinging to The Ridge

Deciding that less is more, a cluster of families savors summers in a quaint hamlet

The Currier family has summered in this Victorian cottage for six generations. James Currier (above), with son Bodie, recently had the home restored, using old photos as a guide. The Currier family has summered in this Victorian cottage for six generations. James Currier (above), with son Bodie, recently had the home restored, using old photos as a guide. (Debee Tlumacki for The Boston Globe)
By Emily Sweeney
Globe Staff / July 18, 2010

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DUXBURY — This is a story about hanging on to the past, honoring tradition, and a stroke of good luck. (Full article: 1245 words)

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