The Schooner Festival is definitely my favorite. From starting on Friday on The Lannon and ending on the Lady Jillian for the parade of sail. Just terrific.
What a beautiful day for visiting the schooners on Saturday. Rick and I had such a great time. Looking forward to tomorrow on the Lady Jillian for the Parade of Sails.
Rick and I went on the Thomas E. Lannon on Friday to greet the United States’ Coast Guard Barque Eagle. First of the all The Lannon is so wonderful and the crew is amazing. We were out past the Breakwater with the wind and waves. Must tell all that is one of my favorite days out on the water on a beautiful Schooner. We greeted the Eagle with The Lannon’s Cannon going off. Looking forward to tomorrow and more Schooner Festival.
The Annisquam Exchange – Fall Hours and Furniture Sale
After September 6th, the Annisquam Exchange will be on Fall Hours Schedule: Fridays and Saturdays only: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The annual Furniture Sale will be on Saturday, September 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Another bonus from the Annisquam Exchange is their 20% off RED DOT sale. The Exchange is a nonprofit, fine consignment shop offering items for the home: china, silver, antiques and collectibles, including many estate pieces, jewelry, gifts, toys, cards, as well as Annisquam apparel and souvenirs. Located at 32 Leonard St., Annisquam Village, Gloucester.
At the Waterfront Festival I bought an Edible Birdhouse/feeder. This bird feeder has the seeds all around the house. When the seeds are gone you can put peanut butter on the house and put more seeds on the peanut butter. The Woodpeckers are really loving their new feeder and here is photo of a Chickadee waiting and a Nuthatch enjoying their treats.
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