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"It was almost impossible to tell who had money and who didn't. There were few new houses in town (the onslaught of condominiums would not occur until a few years later). Among the newcomers, the standard uniform worn by all was the unstudied, practical and unisex look of jeans, down vests and hiking boots. The only time financial status might be detected was when off-season vacations were discussed and one person revealed that he had spent two months in Tahiti while the others at the table had driven to Baja, Mexico in a beat-up van, or more commonly, gone home for a month to Mom's."