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I had a nice 1/2 mile walk on Sunday with Janet, her mom Marilyn, and family friend Linda. I just had to do a stress test on the Drunken Bench. Note the absence of my trusted rollator, and presence of a cane. Photo by Janet.
Hi Joey C!
Join us in Downtown Rockport, Friday, December 5! Participating cafes,
galleries and shops will be serving hor d’oeuvres, wine and drinks while
you shop throughout downtown Rockport and enjoy a night of special
promotions from 4-9pm!
Visit our Facebook page for more information:
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Dawn @ La Provence
My earliest photos this year, many published here, were taken from a hospital or nursing home bed. That was about as far as I could go. Last night I planned on photographing the massive Sycamore outside my bedroom window. At dawn, it was enshrouded in fog. I walked downstairs to grab my camera, ran back up and shot the tree from the open window while standing. A goal I’ve had from last summer was to capture the magnificence of this Sycamore. That done, I realized how far I had progressed beyond the “from the bed” photos.
Hmmm. There’s something different about Rockport Harbor these days. I can’t quite put my finger on it.
Could it possibly be the massive marine crane that is resting alongside our sleepy and iconic Motif 1?
It has taken me by surprise several days in a row upon coming to the end of Broadway to turn up South Street to head home.
The equipment, for the record, is in town to work on the Rockport Breakwater.
Seaside Pizzeria on Railroad Avenue in Rockport!
So, I guess they’re not totally new, but they are new to the Schrafft family. I think they opened a few months ago, but we went for the first time 2 weeks ago. Sadly, we scarfed down our pizza before thinking to take a photo. Sooo, we had to order it again last night.
We got a large pizza with ricotta, linguisa, and eggplant. My husband, who does not throw compliments around all willy nilly, said that it might have been his favorite pizza ever. Them are some pretty big props, Seaside Pizzeria, I assure you.
Our bill came to $17.something. Not cheap, but not expensive….and, either way, worth every single penny.
For the record, they also deliver.
Mother Nature announces November’s arrival in a big way!
This morning, as I got ready for the gallery, I realized that I hadn’t made arrangements for transportation with the CATA “Dial-a-Ride handicapped bus. I decided to do something I hadn’t had the courage to do before: Take the regular “Big Boy Bus.” So I hurried to the corner for the 9:57 am Gloucester via Lanesville ride. Janet walked me to the corner, just like our moms did on the first day we took the school bus to Kindergarten or elementary school.
One one the newer short busses stopped for me, the chassis was lowered to curb height, and a short ramp swung out, making a level transfer possible with my rollator, with no steps. Icing on the cake was driver Eddie Salah, who had driven me on the ADA handicapped bus a few times and knows me by name. I guess necessity really is the mother of invention. I have just sprouted a new pair of wings, and the raindrops on the window were of joy for me.
Can’t say we didn’t warn you right here …
SELL OUT WARNING: Not many seats left for Chelsea Berry & Charlee Bianchini at Old Sloop on Saturday
Do you really want to be the schmuck who says, “What? We can’t get in? Really?” Of course not. So stop what ever you’re doing and get your tickets right here, right now! (Forget what the poster says about tickets at the door. There won’t be any.)
Not many tckets left for this event!
Tickets can be purchased also at The Bookstore, 61 Main St. and Toad Hall Bookstore, Rockport, Ma.
Click on image to view the adorable cygnets larger.
Random snapshots not previously posted, taken during this past summer’s B-roll shoots for the Monarch Film and other film projects.
Where did summer go–she always flies by so swiftly–and this year seemed especially brief with the cooler than usual temperatures.
I really need to take a lesson from my fellow contributors and never leave home without my camera. I’m fairly certain, however, that Murphy’s Law dictates that I will only encounter four deer grazing in a field if I am completely unprepared.
So, that having been said, I apologize for the photo quality, but 4 deer in a field in Rockport is a pretty cool grab even if the photo isn’t the best.
A slice of New England autumn, thanks to the http://www.emersoninnbythesea.com/
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.
Breaking News: The Lobster Pool Restaurant HAS BEEN SOLD and is Only Open for Two More Weekends with Myalisa and Company
The Lobster Pool is open for lunch and for dinner Friday and Saturday 11:30 to 8pm and Sunday 11:30 to 7pm. Their last day is October 26th.
Call (978) 546-7808 for more information.
Reminder: the Lobster Pool is BYOB.
North Shore Health Project presents Friday, October 17, 8 PM VIP Reception: 6 PM ~ ANTJE DUVEKOT & MEG HUTCHINSON with Allen Estes, Brian Alex, Marina Evans & special guests
The Health Project is pleased to announce that we are celebrating our 25th year as a leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C on the North Shore with an impressive lineup of musicians! Join local singer/songwriters Allen Estes, Brian Alex, Marina Evans and a very special guest as they take the stage at the magical Shalin Liu-Center in Rockport for the first part of this incredible night of music! Then sit back, relax and enjoy the enchanting vocals of Antje Duvekot and Meg Hutchinson performing together for an unforgettable evening, all to support the Health Project and all it offers
More info here > http://www.rockportmusic.org/north-shore-health-project/
37 Main St
Rockport, Massachusetts 01966
Phone (978) 546-7391