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Known for its storybook archipelago of pink-granite islands, the low-key Connecticut town of Stony Creek is the perfect place to drop anchor and unwind. By Malerie Yolen-Cohen • Photography by Caryn B. Davis When Ayn Rand needed to gather material for The Fountainhead, when President Howard Taft sought a summer home, when circus star Tom Thumb wished to see his lady love, they all came to this slip of Connecticut defined by its outcroppings of exquisite pink-granite islands: Stony Creek. A section of greater Branford, Stony Creek, with a civic-minded population of 1,500, is a cherished destination among many Connecticut boaters, despite...