Paul F. Frontiero Jr.
Is this an easy one?
Hopefully it won’t fall off the rock.
I’ll give 2 hints.
Across from the sign i posted a few posts back.
Pebble Beach Rockport, ma
Goodluck. Left at 10:22am
When I first spotted this
Eagle Seagull eating something I was horrified thinking it was one of the Bro’s I hang out with at the State Fish Pier. I zoomed in and saw it was a unlucky pigeon. It’s sad when a Bird has to resort to eat it’s cousin. That’s life down at the Pier. Hopefully I won’t be hit by a car down there and be picked on by the Gulls. I’m sure my Bro’s won’t let that happen.
I just caught Paul Morrison mooning the Eagle with his partner RD on board the Blue Duck.. For the sake of the Gmg readers i’ll spare you that view.
Joey’s rant on Shanty music reminded me of this Band.
Before there were the Drop Kick Murphy’s, There were the “POGUES”. A mix of Irish Drinking and Shanty Music.
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This in response to the last Lego post.
“Uncle Paul, Close your eyes and hold my hand”
I knew my nephew Tommy was up to something.
I cheated and looked. Tommy was all bummed out that I made it through the mine field.
I may be dumb but I’m not stupid.
Lately i’ve been doing some research on my current fellow GMG Authors. I’ve picked on Joey enough. It’s starting to get old.
I found this on youtube while spying I mean researching them. It’s a funny video.
Donna your next!
Living Green is Easy!:
Where would you rather be?
The lobster dock, or stuck indoors in a stuffy factory with no windows?
Embossing washing machine face plates. When it’s 5 below zero, or 80 degrees. I’ll take the dock anytime.
Think of me next time you wash your undies.
Craig Kimberley’s Next Shoot
Harbor ZEN Aboard the Beauport Princess
“ZEN” Is the secret code word for long boring video.
What are Towns thinking? They own Nature now?
I’m sure and I hope this sign is made for Commercial Companys that would haul away the rocks and smash them into decorative stones for Driveways and road shoulders.
“I’ll give you my rocks when you pry them from my cold, dead hands“
-Paul F. Frontiero Jr.