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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About Donna Ardizzoni

Business Manager, Grandmother, love living in Gloucester, love to swim, walk and of course take pictures. Our company does computer networking, Office Management, Medical Billing, transcription, networking software updates and virus protection
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4 Responses to This is from Craig Kimberley

  1. Damon says:

    Thank you !
    I am not sure we will be able to work down there today. The weather is a bit iffy.

  2. Eileen says:

    The guys have done an amazing job! And Damon, I know at least Jim won’t be there today! LOL

  3. Dave M says:

    Wow what a difference you have made on this landmark…Looks Great!! I remember this shack in the 60′s when George Morey worked out of it and always had his nets strung fixing them. Back Breaking work for sure – bring the fish in rope up the fish basket on pulley and hand pull it up to the landing. It’s sad to see how fishing impacts Cape Ann just finished reading -this on the GDT times home page. July 31, 2013 ‘We’ve been left with nothing’ Fishermen put boats up for sale By Marjorie Nesin Staff Writer (Hard) read for sure! I will say from living in other locations during my active USAF days retired now from Military – the New England fisherman were and continue to be good stewarts very hard to make a living – if everyone were good stewarts of the resources ocean – be allot more fish.

    Once again great job on this landmark something about sitting on the brealwall listening to the waves and beautiful sunset and sunrises…I still remember my Grandmother’s saying in her Bayview house Washington street “The way to a friends house is never far.” How true! :-) Rest in peace she made it to 106 years young almost 107. Ms Chester Macneil! I miss her and her wisdom!

  4. Dave M says:

    OOPS too many typo’s Wow what a difference you have made on this landmark…Looks Great!! I remember this shack in the 60′s when George Morey worked out of it and always had his nets strung fixing them. Back Breaking work for sure – bring the fish in rope up the fish basket on pulley and hand pull it up to the landing. It’s sad to see how fishing impacts Cape Ann just finished reading -this on the GDT times home page. July 31, 2013 ‘We’ve been left with nothing’ Fishermen put boats up for sale By Marjorie Nesin Staff Writer (Hard) read for sure! I will say from living in other locations during my active USAF days retired now from Military – the New England fisherman were and continue to be good Stewarts very hard to make a living – if everyone were good Stewarts of the resources ocean – be allot more fish.
    Once again great job on this landmark something about sitting on the break wall listening to the waves and beautiful sunset and sunrises…I still remember my Grandmother’s saying in her Bay view house Washington Street “The way to a friend’s house is never far.” How true! Rest in peace she made it to 106 years young almost 107. Ms Chester McNeil! I miss her and her wisdom!

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