Plagued By Mechanical Coffee Maker Malfunctions I Turn To The Bodum Travel Press For My Coffee Needs-Here’s A Demonstration Of The Bodum Travel French Press At The Dock
The thing about a french press is that by not having the paper filter you get a richness and you can see tiny pools of the coffee oils once you pour your coffee from the press into your mug. A paper filter removes these oils and robs you of the best cup of coffee possible.
I’m really enjoying it. If you do get a french press or travel press be sure to grind your coffee on the coarser side so you don’t get the sediment that would go through the screen with a fine grind. If you are having your coffee ground be sure to let the person grinding it know what type of device you will be using to prepare your coffee so they will grind it to the proper coarseness(is that a word?).
Cape Pond Ice Company “Coolest Mom Around” Mother’s Day Contest: May 10, 2009
Cape Pond Ice is celebrating Mother’s Day!
Is your Mom a Super Mom? Is she someone who spends time with you and listens to your ideas and problems? Is she someone who disciplines with love and reminds you of the consequences, show affection while offering security and acceptance? Does your Mom always go “Above and Beyond” in her special way? If she does then submit a brief essay and include a picture of your Coolest Mom!
The Lucky Winner will receive “Cape Pond Ice Coolest Gals Collection Gift Basket” – a Pink baseball hat, Pink hooded sweatshirt, Pink long sleeve and short sleeve tee shirt and a few other surprises! Remember all entries must be submitted to us by May 4, 2009.
You can e-mail your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org OR stop by 104 Commercial Street, Gloucester, MA and drop it off. All entries will receive a Cape Pond Ice Gift Certificate!
Send in a picture with you and your mom wearing Cape Pond shirts, and we’ll add you to our photo gallery!
Thanks to The Dunsky Foundation, and the work of Steve Goodick and Michael DeFalco and crew one of the crown jewels of our city is being restored and preserved for future generations.
For history of The Sawyer Free Library and old pictures of this building click this text
I love the color of the overhead in the entranceway to the Saunders section of The Sawyer Free Library which Steve Goodick and Mikey DeFalco have been painstakingly and carefully renovating back to it’s former glory with generous help from the benefactors The Dunsky Foundation. I’ll be getting a more in depth interview with Michael DeFalco this week.
I can’t get the timing right to get to work in Manchester by 8:00. Either the A. Piatt Andrew Bridge is backed up to the 2nd rotary or this one’s up!
If you are looking for a Mother’s or Father’s day gift with a Gloucester flair, look no further than the GMHC gift shop. There are literally hundreds of Gloucester themed items for sale.
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Here is one of the many displays at the GMHC. Depicted is a schooner fisherman in a bosun’s chair. The Bosun’s Chair is what would get hoisted up to work on the rigging up on the huge schooner’s masts. In a couple of weeks this exhibit will be open to the public as Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center will kick off it’s 2009 season.
Yesterday I brought you video from the new exhibit at Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center, The Gorton’s Seafoods Gallery. This morning video from the downstairs gift shop where there are many many Gloucster and fishing related items for sale. Look for the video at 8:00AM