Does anyone know the buoy number of the green buoy, went on NOAA website http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=44013, but not sure which one it could be.
Category Archives: All Things Gloucester
I considered posting a gloomy photo of rain running down a window pane. That could be depressing and sappy, but it’s not my style. When rain and storms block in the way, don’t slow down, stay the course. Move forward to where you want to go. During a rainy Gloucester Schooner Race, Captain Steve Douglass looks ahead, consults his charts, and sees beyond the rain. I do not look at the rain dripping down the glass, but rather navigate as Captain Douglass does: Carry on toward your destination. I welcome the impending rain.
Café Shalom… Reinvented!
Come to the Social Event of the Season!
Live Music and Dancing!
(formerly known as the Boogaloo Swamis – New Orleans zydeco music!!)
Sunday night, October 26th
TEmple Ahavat Achim
86 Middle Street, Gloucester
Doors open at 6:30 pm
Concert at 7 pm
Tickets at the door $10
Make your own Ice-Cream Sundae $2
Since no one got #36 name the humpback (the answer was Music go check it out) #37 is going to be even harder but the prizes keep piling up.
First three winners get a GMG sticker signed by RD and one pirate Rubber Duck. First prize gets choice of Zombie Rubber Duck or Pirate.
To win the responder must say exactly where this is not just how/what and or why. Be precise. Precision wins.
Crap: I just realized that if you follow me in Facebook you might be able to figure this out without actually having been there.
[edit Oct 12, 9:38AM] We have a winner! Anonymous correctly named the location. The fresnel lens as big as an outhouse is right behind me. Anonymous can come down to the dock to pick up her winnings. Proper ID required.
Look at what I came upon last Tuesday morning while filming the wildlife at the footbridge end of Good Harbor Beach. The kitesurfing appeared death defying, particularly from where I was standing far down the beach; one kitesurfer especially seemed precariously close to Salt Island.
I would have loved to stay and continue photographing the three beautiful aerial/marine acrobats but I had been filming until the last possible moment and had to hurry off to work. The action that I did catch a glimpse of was simply stunning.
Airborne ~ Click image to view larger
Note to Kitesurfers: Next time you are planning to kitesurf at dawn please contact me at email@example.com. I would love to photograph and film your next adventure, from beginning to end. Thank you!
Several more photos here:
This just in from Lisa Smith at Cape Ann TV.
Cape Ann TV Covers the Ward 4 Candidates Forum
The Gloucester City Council will vote on who will fill the vacant Ward 4 City Council seat at their next meeting Tuesday night on October 14. Five of the seven candidates attended the Ward 4 Candidates Forum hosted by the Lanesville Community Center on Thursday, October 9.
Cape Ann TV covered the Forum. It is a last minute addition to the Cape Ann TV program schedule and will air on Cape Ann TV Channels 20 and 67.
Cape Ann TV Channel 20 on
Friday, October 10 at 9:30 pm
Saturday October 11 at 11:00 pm
Sunday, October 12 at 9:00 pm
Monday, October 13 at 8:00 pm
And on Cape Ann TV Channel 67 at
Saturday, October 11 at 8:00 pm
Sunday, October 12 at 11:00 am and 7:00 pm
Monday, October 13 at 12:00 pm
Tuesday, October 14 at 12 pm
I was a huge fan of late afternoons on the deck of the Studio this summer. If you ask me, there was nothing better than sitting outside with some friends, having a yummy cocktail, eating sushi, and taking in the beautiful view of Rocky Neck. Especially if you weren’t in a rush.
Summer is behind us, but when given a 3 hour window to go play this past weekend, we readily headed straight towards the Studio anyway.
The fall menu is out and we ordered some obscene chili and cheese fries, chicken dumplings, and….of course…sushi. The Kiss the Fish and Red Dragon rolls to be exact. Pair those with a pumpkin beer with a cinnamon sugar rim and I’m a goner.
True that the deck is gorgeous, but I’m equally as happy hunkering down at the inside bar. The high ceiling, massive paned window, and wood finishings are totally cozy and comfortable.
They won’t be open much longer, towards the end of November is what I’ve heard rumored, so check out the fall menu soon. And….maybe give me a call first ;)
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All reviews will be visible to potential donors and volunteers. It’s easy and only takes 3 minutes! If you can help us out, we need your review to be completed by October 29! (Deadline is 10/31, but we want to be on the safe side and get it done.) Thank you in advance for your consideration!
With much appreciation,
Both Donna and Joey already posted some fantastic photos from this weekend’s Fall Festival at Mile Marker One, but it was such a great event, that more can’t hurt. Mile Marker One, Marshall’s Farm Stand, and The Bridge pulled off a fantastic afternoon despite some threatening weather.
The city of Gloucester provided some pretty awesome vehicles including Fire Engine 3, a police Hummer, an ATV, and even a Coast Guard Vessel. That’s pretty much all my boys needed to make a day of it, but the pony rides, face painting, bouncy houses, awesome vendors, pretty yummy Bloody Marys, gelato, the Sam Adams Brewery Oktoberfest Beer Hoisting Competition (what?), and some pretty sweet alpacas made it all that much more fun. And…that was by no means all that the event had to offer.
A true collaboration of forces to pull off yet another fantastic family event here in our great city. Thanks to all! Put this one on your calendar for next year for sure.
You know I’ve had life threatening health issues. I asked my AGH cancer doctor when and if I should get a flu shot. He said get one now, it won’t interfere with my chemotherapy. On the way out, the hospital receptionist said she had no idea when the hospital flu shots would be offered, but soon: “Call next week.” Well, I called yesterday, a week later, and they still have no clue. I love my local hospital, Addison Gilbert, but please… Your local discount drug store is ready to help you. Sad.
Free Celtic music concert on Saturday October 4th in Lanesville at the Orthodox Congregational Church featuring The Crossing, visiting from Chicago. Doors open at 5:30 PM. They will play at the Firehouse in Newburyport on Sunday October 5th at 3PM. Tickets for the Sunday concert are $15. Find out more at www.grrrrecords.com/crossing.
During Sails and Trails went to the Cape Pond Ice Tour. Even though I have taken this tour many times, every time I Go, seem to enjoy it more. Thank you Cape Pond Ice Company.
I meet a ton of people in my gallery, and always say the same thing to guys who have the Fred name: “Freds are always good looking, friendly, and intelligent.” This Fred from Delft, a city in Holland, was happy to represent from his country. While in the hospital last fall, I decided to delay this post because of the tragic loss of life on Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over the Ukraine. So here’s happy Fred, better late than never.
After the success of Ken Kesey’s novel “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Ken and this band of Merry Pranksters drove from The West Coast to the East in 1964. Fifty years later, on September 24, 2014, they came to Gloucester, and had breakfast at Charlie’s Place https://www.facebook.com/pages/Charlies-Place/111697215533360. My friends were there…
Sharon photographed the Furthur crew at breakfast. She and husband Chuck gave them their table for the bus crew. Ken Kesey’s son Zane sits center waving his hand. Sharon and Chuck leave tomorrow for home. I got to know what wonderful and generous people they are… and like me, they’re adventurous. Fair winds and smoothe seas, my friends forever.
Cape Ann Youth Hockey, along with some folks named the Boston Bruins, pulled off a fantastic event yesterday afternoon….all in the name of the Open Door Food Pantry. The Boston Bruins Street Brigade Clinic gave about 50 kids the opportunity to participate in some street hockey games, meet Blades (the Bruins mascot), and receive gifts from the Boston Bruins. In return, Cape Ann Youth Hockey and the Bruins simply asked that participants make a donation to the incredibly worthy Open Door Food Pantry. A win-win!
Another example of great things happening on any given day within our community!
A huge thanks to all of those involved! It is never too late to make a donation! Please consider.
What fun was last night’s block party!!! The best event of the season was saved for the last, as the West End of Main Street Gloucester became “Little Italy.” The streets overflowed with hundreds of partygoers while Gianni and Terry Gallo broadcast live an episode of their new show, L’Italia Chiamò – Radio Show.
Artisan cheese maker Luca Mignogna served samples of his outstanding cheeses as Chef Paolo La Boa created delicious appetizers of prosciutto, complemented with his signature pesto. The slew of Vespas parked out front of Caffe Sicilia caused everyone to stop and oogle.
I wished I could have stayed for the entire evening but unfortunately had to hurry home. Looking forward to next year’s Block Parties although, I don’t know how they’ll ever top last night’s event!
Lisa Griffiths, also known as The Nutty Red Head, gets carded by Robin at the Cave–it makes her day!