Monthly Archives: September 2012

Fishing for Herring Off Gloucester Video From Andreas Thanos

Check Out Andreas other Video Work here https://vimeo.com/andreasthanos
Andreas writes-

I was recently on a fishing trip aboard f/v Cat Eyes out of Gloucester, MA. Cat Eyes is 45 feet and 20 tons. Its owners Naz and Sandra are among the last few remaining small fishermen in Cape Ann.
This short presentation is a part of a larger file that contains more video and still files. If you are interested in obtaining the DVD with the full presentation which runs for approximately 30 minutes, please contact me.

Ardelle crew in Solomons

Joey — Enroute to DC the intrepid crew of Ardelle D&B’d (docked and breakfasted) in Solomons, MD courtesy of Aram Neresian, owner of the schooner Heron.  Aram is a generous, affable, funny, entertaining, smart  fellow and a fine cook to boot.  A credit to the schoonerhead class, as you like to call us.   Many a schooner has been the recipient of his hospitality and there was no way Ardelle could pass by without a stopover.

I am sure Aram did his best to persuade Harold to join the upcoming Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race. 

http://www.schoonerrace.org/

Photo by Aram Neresian

Al Bezanson

Ardelle crew at Aram's in Solomons

In the Big Scheme of Things

 The Hubble Space Telescope has captured the farthest-ever view into the universe, a photo that reveals thousands of galaxies billions of light-years away.

A Man Said to the Universe

A man said to the universe:
“Sir I exist!”
“However,” replied the universe,
“The fact has not created in me
A sense of obligation.”

Stephen Crane

Rockport Outdoor Organized Activity Ban – EEE & Mosquitoes

Please share this information with the public.

Rockport has decided institute an Outdoor Organized Activity Ban similar to Essex and Manchester.

A “Code Red” announcement will go out this afternoon to residents.

Information about the ban is available on the Board of Health website, and attached.

http://www.town.rockport.ma.us/cfml/jobfunction_lv2.cfm?jobfunction=Board%20of%20Health

Outdoor Organized Activity Ban – EEE & Mosquitoes

Recently a horse in Essex was found to have a mosquito-borne disease, Eastern Equine Encephalitis.  As a result, the Rockport Board of Health has decided to ban all outdoor organized activities in the Town of Rockport during peak mosquito hours (5 p.m. to 8 a.m.) effective immediately until the first hard frost.

EEE is a rare but serious illness, transmitted through the bite of a mosquito. 

The Board of Health reminds all residents to continue to take the following precautions to avoid mosquito bites:

* make sure all window and door screens are in good repair

* remove all standing water from your property and encourage your neighbors to do the same

* use mosquito repellent, read and follow application instructions

* wear long-sleeved shirts and pants when outdoors, especially between dusk and dawn

* use mosquito netting on baby carriages

* avoid areas where there is obvious mosquito activity

The Perfect Day For It!

September 30, 2012 is

National Hot Mulled Cider Day

Today is National Hot Mulled Cider Day! Hot mulled cider is a delicious drink perfectly suited for crisp September afternoons. Apple cider is produced using a cider press and is a time-honored favorite of the autumn season.

To make mulled cider, slowly add brown sugar to apple cider in a saucepan over medium heat. Stir until all the sugar has dissolved. Add other ingredients such as nutmeg, allspice, orange juice, and lemon juice, and bring to a boil. Strain out the spices, pour into a mug, and add a cinnamon stick.

Enjoy National Hot Mulled Cider Day as you sip on your homemade brew!

photo by Peter Callahan

 

GMG Health and Wellness Week Final Listing From Dr Nicole

Thanks so much GMG for all you do for Cape Ann and for helping us keep our community and it’s FOB’s healthy by sharing our offerings this week! 

The Cape Ann Healing Center is nestled in between Pond Road and the VFW at 222 Arts and Wellness at 222 Eastern Avenue on the way to Rockport.  This magical healing property is comprised of lands between the Wonson-Tarr and Babson family ancestors.  The future of healing is here!

Here’s a blip about some of our upcoming events!

Dogtown Tours are starting again with our incredible Eco-tour Guide Silvie Lockerova.  In addition to healing tours of the USA, Europe, South America and Africa, Silvie leads guided tours of our historical Dogtown, the amazing green space that emcompasses the whole center of the island and its stunning features.
Beginning on October 23rd I will be hosting a donation based silent prayer and meditation hour on Tuesdays from 1:30 to 2:30 pm in our beautiful yoga studio (photo attached).  With eco-friendly cork floors and radiant floor heating, it it is the perfect spot to retreat for meditation and reflection as we enter the darker and colder months.  This is also where the Cape Ann Red Tent Temple for women is hosted monthly.  It is our local chapter of an international women’s movement honoring the collective journey of womanhood.  More information about Red Tent Temple can be found here.

Lastly, I will also be hosting a FREE teleconference in between Thanksgiving and Christmas to help you manage the stress of the holiday season and prepare to meet your wellness goals for 2013.

Please click here or go to CapeAnnHealingCenter.com to sign up for our email list and check or calendar of events so that I can keep you informed of all our great offerings and supply you with valuable information for staying healthy!

Thanks again and happy fall!


Bright Blessings,
Dr. Nicole K. Andrade, CACCP
Chiropractic Family Physician, Holistic Healer, Reiki Master
Certified from the Academy of Family Practice and Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics

Mark Goetemann Looking for a Rig and Sail For a 50’s Montgomery Fish Boat

Hi Joey,
I just picked up a 1950′s Mongomery Fish Boat that I’m going to restore and keep on Rocky Neck but  I need a rig and sail for it. 
Besides Dave Mongomery and the boat yard, do you have any ideas on how I could find one?  Could you broadcast the request some way?
Thanks very much,
Mark

Ardelle Report for Saturday Night From Len Burgess

On Saturday Harold Burnham and crew made good nautical mileage today and if everything goes well they’ll be sailing into Washington Sunday. its now anchored for some rest tonight off of the town of Newburg, MD. near the Route 301 bridge.

    Looking ahead to Sunday…the weather forecast in the Washington area will be mostly sunny except for a few afternoon clouds, temperature High 76F. winds light and variable.

   Check out more info at… http://www.facebook.com/pages/Essex-Shipbuilding-Museum/174653662579160?closeTheater=1

-Len Burgess

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