Daily Archives: February 8, 2013

Siberian Sea in the harbor

I hope someone gets a photo of Siberian Sea this close in with a moderately large barge in the morning. Must be a bit calmer seas inside of ten pound with the way the wind is blowing out of the … Continue reading

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The Rabbit Is A Monkey

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Nemo Video Submitted by Bob

A short video of the beginning of the Blizzard. Hope to shoot more as the storm progresses. Submitted by Bob Forapples

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Zip Line Kid & Dad go Snowboarding in NEMO

Just got back from snowboarding at Surf Park in Magnolia (no, we didn’t drive).  Snow is sticky and boarding is a little slow.  But once you make a path the speed picks up.  Tomorrow at Stage Fort Park will be … Continue reading

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Zip Line Kid Loves Nemo

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The Latest From Chief Of Police Len Campanello

Hey Joe, Just thought I’d share a few notes with your readers about what we are up to here at the Police Station: As you know, Mayor Kirk declared a snow emergency and parking ban for 8am this morning through the Code Red system. Our … Continue reading

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Stuff To Do- Diving Locker Museum Saturdays and Sundays 10a-4p at Maritime Gloucester, Harbor Loop

Dan Tremblay and Paul Harling operate the Diving Locker Museum Saturdays and Sundays 10a-4p at Maritime Gloucester, Harbor Loop, rear Pier area. Com and be fascinated by Diving History, Gloucester filmmaking, old shipwrecks and artifacts and as well tale the … Continue reading

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Lunch While We Take Cover From Nemo.

Its a struggle I know but we’ll hold down the beach for y’all

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Massachusetts Municipal Association HarborWalk Award Mentions Part 5- St. Peter’s Fiesta HarborWalk Story Moment #1

I’m going to break this down to one a day. It is in reference to the Massachusetts Municipal Association has awarded the Gloucester HarborWalk with the Kenneth E. Pickard Municipal Innovation Award in which Gloucester competed against 351 other communities … Continue reading

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This is from Craig Kimberley

These are great photos of the fish shack, Craig asked me to post for him.  The light is wonderful.    

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Fish on Fridays

Kathy and Marty spent some time at the Jodrey State Fish Pier this week to see what was going on. This week, most of the activity centered on the herring and mackerel fleet consisting of the Challenger, the Endeavour and … Continue reading

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Chocolate Tour Update

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Inside my beautiful tulip, spring is coming

Thank you Kim Smith for the beautiful tulips.

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Ice Crystal Fish

Photo by Len Burgess

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Icey Finger of Fate

Caught this Image of the Ice’y Finger Of Fate, this morning over at Buswell’s… You can only see them, on the day before a major snow storm…. and only if that day happens to be a Thursday… So I guess … Continue reading

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Sober Connections Event Rescheduled!!! March 9th!

Ok, So after watching the weather forecasts this afternoon, there is now a possibility for up to 33 inches of snow, possibly not ending until Sat night/Sunday morning (depending on the station you watch), so we have rescheduled this event … Continue reading

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February 8, 1920

  I don’t pretend to forecast the weather. I only know how to deal with it when it arrives. The photo: “Washington Street, Gloucester, February 8th, 1920.” I just got one of those emergency messages from the Mayor’s office stating … Continue reading

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