Condolence: We send our deepest condolences to Harriett’s family. She has been a wonderful neighbor and friend to our family. Two memories: (1) When my sister and I were young, one summer we made “arrangements” out of driftwood and shells. Then we opened a stand at the top of our driveway. We did not have many customers, but Harriett (whom we, of course, knew as “Mrs. Eaton”) kindly came over and bought two creations. Many years later, when she was doing a clean-out, she brought these back to us — we loved thinking about her keeping them all those years. And we still have them as a memory of her. (2) This is a more bittersweet memory and it is of my grandfather’s last summer in Cape Porpoise. There was no hospice then (1971) but Harriet came nearly every day to help us with her nursing knowledge. Because of her, our grandfather was able to stay in the “camp” he built and loved until the end. Thank you, Harriett. We will keep you in our hearts.