President Obama’s last year in office will indeed include a vacation trip to Martha’s Vineyard.
While the White House hasn’t put out information confirming the visit, the Cape Cod Times reports that the Coast Guard said the president is flying to the island and staying for up to three weeks this summer.
U.S. Coast Guard Capt. Timothy Tobiasz, who serves as the commanding officer of Air Station Cape Cod, talked about the president’s visit at a meeting of the Falmouth board of selectmen.
Obama, a frequent golfer when vacationing, has spent vacations on Martha’s Vineyard six times, according to the Cape Cod Times.
The Washington Post last year called him a “vacationing yeti.” “Many have had near brushes with the leader of the free world, but only a precious few have actually laid eyes on him,” the newspaper wrote.