A group of Bentleys met up in Essex today and after a tour of the Essex Shipbuilding Museum went on their way to Wentworth by the Sea for a weekend gathering of the Bentley Club. All except the more modern examples were British Racing Green, of course..
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This 6’5” gentleman from Ohio indicated he was the shortest one in his family, he was originally from the Cape Ann area, and loved returning home.
Gloucestershire know for the famous cheese roll, they were interested on our famous Greasy Pole event.
What a great idea, they should bring the goats out to Ten Pound Island to eat the poison ivy. Goats love poison ivy. To read please follow the link below from the Gloucester Daily Times.
I love your website, always something interesting! I caught this rainbow last Friday over the Annisquam.
Thought you’d like to see a couple of pictures of Saturday’s rainbow, taken from the Green Dragon.
Amy Beaudet submits-
Mother Nature Loves Wind Turbines
What a beauty of a day
We had such a fantastic time in downtown Rockport today. The Rockport HarvestFest is such a great way to spend an autumn day….for so many different reasons.
We totally got our Norman Rockwell on…. Quintessential New England.
I’ve been reading the Good Morning Gloucester blog near since it began. It was a pleasure meeting you. I have been visiting Gloucester once a year for most years and sitting on the rocks on the Backshore in the morning is my favorite place to be in the world. The other spots I love are Rafe’s Chasm, Cressy’s half moon beach, sitting on the dogbar and to go to the Sea Rocks. Every Glosta person I met was friendly, hospitable and interesting. Can’t wait to come again next year:) Here’s a few of the pics I took.
Jeanne Michela from Schenectady, NY
Couple from Ohio, enjoy Gloucester Harbor
Couple from Alabama, ski in Colorado in the winter and visit Gloucester in the Fall
Couple from the San Francisco Bay area love the east coast
River Barge Operator from Arkansas loves Gloucester’s open harbor
Cruz Ferreras submits-
Olivia and Ava had a picnic brunch at the Benjamin Smith playground on Cripple Cove on a perfect Autumn Sunday morning.
That Nutty Redhead submits-
Hi Joey, this just in this morning, if you’d like to share. Many thanks!!!
Thank you Heather Atwood for a wonderful article, and I thank the Gloucester Times for this opportunity to share my passion for creating a delicious healthy snack!
You can sample these fine gourmet nuts this Saturday October 18th at the Rockport Harvestfest. ***SPECIAL gourmet FUDGE topped with my signature Praline Sea Salt Nuts will also be available!!! I’ll be in the Harvey Park area from 10-6pm. There will be a host of great food vendors and live music on the wharf so come on down!!!
You can sponsor That Nutty Redhead to get her product into Whole Foods Market here, many thanks for any and all support! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1019762443/that-nutty-redhead-praline-gourmet-nuts?ref=nav_search
Tourists I met on Main Street
Bill from Kansas City is an avid baseball fan, longing for a World Series
Couple from Kentucky home of Race Horses and Burbon
Couple from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Keystone State
Hi joey, I took this picture of the sunrise at good Harbor and thought it was worth sharing. I’m moving to new jersey soon for work and will definitely miss these kinds of mornings the most.
My name is Sam Winslow. I’m 25 and I live over on Nautilus rd. at Good Harbor Beach.
I’ve gotten a couple cool full moon photos over the last two nights, and my Mom recommended I send them to Good Morning Gloucester– you guys are welcome to use them if you’d like! I’ve also got plenty of other Good Harbor/Gloucester photos on my instagram, www.instagram.com/samuelwins