That Genie really wanted to find the Good Harbor Art Rock that Paul Frontiero hid this winter in the rocks by Good Harbor Beach; the one that Ed Collard found and then gave to me at the Rocky Neck Plunge, after I had commented that I finally knew where one was but the storm prevented me from getting out and finding it? She and her two friends, Maureen and Paula were out playing tourist today, taking the water shuttle and poking around the galleries on Rocky Neck. She is a devoted FOB, so wanted to come in and get a GMG sticker. We got talking about Paul’s Art Rocks and how much we love them, and then realized we both had wanted to find the same rocks (Good Harbor Beach and the Paint Factory, which I did find under Fitz Henry’s crutch buried in the snow). So Ed, I hope you don’t mind me regifting your gift, but I gave the Good Harbor Beach rock to Genie. She grew up at Bass Rocks on Haskell at the corner of Mt. Pleasant and Mooreland, and really loves the rock because it is the view she grew up loving. A lovely meeting and experience that made my day today on Madfish Wharf.
I thought I had posted this weeks ago, but can’t see that I actually did, so sorry Genie if you’ve been watching for it.