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This morning I commuted to work on the bus. The newly fallen snow was beautiful. My camera was in the backpack, so I filmed the ride from Folly Cove to Downtown Gloucester, including Lanesville, Annisquam, Bay View, Riverdale, and the City. Enjoy! — at Gloucester, Massachusetts.
In addition you can follow Fred along on Facebook here-
If any of our contributors have Turbine photos they would like to submit, let Pippy (yes Pippy) know
Good morning to you!
Joey, the ladies of the Good Neighbor association in Annisquam are putting together the annual dinner event at the end of January. The decoration theme is, “Harness the wind”.
Do you have any turbine photos in your archives that we might be able to use?
I know you leave soon and if it is not a burden, we would appreciate whatever you can give us.
Thanks so very much and the best in the new year.
Happy New Year!
Some pictures across the Annisquam after the storm.
Click to View the Breathtaking Slide show
Joey – we got quite a show from a group of Northern Gannets yesterday about 40 miles NNE of Annisquam. Pretty spectacular with their 6 ft wingspreads, zooming low right over us.
Around the same time we had Monarch butterflies about. The wind was W about 15-17 kt.
Photo by Andy Bezanson from Green Dragon.
Canon EOS Rebel T2i, f/8, 1/500 sec, ISO-125, 270 mm
Click on Photo below to view the entire slide show .
ANNISQUAM SEWING CIRCLE PLANT SALE
SATURDAY, MAY 26th
Don’t miss the ANNISQUAM SEWING CIRCLE’S Annual PLANT SALE on Saturday, May 26th at the Annisquam Exchange, Leonard Street, Annisquam, from 8 am to 11 am!
The PLANT SALE includes perennial plant treasures dug from our member’s gardens at a bargain price, plus an array of annuals and perennials from a leading garden center.
Not to be missed is our BAKE SALE TABLE with delicious pies, cakes, and savory treats. Many items will be prepared from recipes in our award-winning Annisquam Sewing Circle Cookbook, ” A Circle of Recipes,” which celebrates the 175th Anniversary of the Sewing Circle. “A Circle of Recipes” will be sold at the sale.
Come early for the best selection at this always popular event! The plant sale is in Annisquam, Gloucester, off Rt. 127A. Turn into Annisquam by the Annisquam Village Church.
A great place to pick up a savory treat to bring along and share at the first Mug Up of the season on Sunday morning (5/27, 9:00am) at Khan Studio & The Good Morning Gloucester Gallery (hint, hint)!
Series- 100 Year Old Gloucester Postcards From Peter Dorsey- Annisquam Yacht Club House and River View
Good morning yourself,
I see that you use readers’ pictures, a feature that I, living in Seattle, enjoy a lot. My second home is Annisquam, and I have taken some good ones myself. Here are three which you may like.
Yours, Bill Langer
We’ve lived in Gloucester for over thirty years. We just recently discovered GMG, recommended by a friend. We really look forward to getting our GMG e mails and go through them in detail. We certainly agree with your premise, that you love everything about Gloucester. So do we. It is an amazing place to live!
Tony and Maria Marolda, Annisquam
Sunday Evening’s Sunset at Annisquam Light. Looks like it will be another beautiful day and beautiful evening on Cape Ann today.