Tag Archives: Gloucester Map

Have You Installed the Gloucester HarborWalk App on your Android or iPhone/iPad Yet?

Hi Joey,

Have you installed the interactive Gloucester Harborwalk tour on your Android or IPad app yet, its very interesting and cool.

I thought you might want to add this to your blog…. all the information you need for the blog is at http://ghwalk.org/

Including how to get the App and a download to the pamphlet.

Tim

Gloucester Bytes

For iPhone-

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For Android-

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Wanna Download The Map? Click below-

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So You Say You Know Gloucester? From Adam Bolonsky

Adam writes-

Here’s a quiz for all you locals out there in GMG land. 

Can you read the navigation codes for the south lighthouse at Thachers Island off Rockport, the lighthouse at Eastern Point, and the light at the end of the Dogbar at the entrance to outer Gloucester Habor?

Here are the codes, taken from the images below:

1. Thacher’s Island south light:  FL R 5s 166ft 17m

2. Eastern Point lighthouse: FL 5s 57ft 20M

3. Dogbar light and horn: Oc R 4s 45ft 6M

First reader to give the correct answers gets to accompany Joey  "Baitmaker" Ciaramitaro on his next trip out of town to chop up yet another counterfeit lobster roll maker into tuna chum.

(By the way, you can download NOAA’s printable pdf navatigation chart of Rockport and Gloucester inshore waters for $2.75 at NOAA 13279)

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Maps???? You Want Local Maps? Well Let Me Point You The Way- GMG Gloucester Tourism 2011 Kick Off Week

Peter and Vickie van ness have been working with Jan Bordinaro and the City’s E-Board to make www.GloucesterMA.com one hell of a resource guide.

Click the picture below to download the map of your choice (Free of Course)-

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Arley Pett’s Beautiful Old School Gloucester Map Coasters At Alexandra’s Bread

Every time I go into Alexandra’s bread I’m astounded by all the cool stuff in there.  It’s not just bread either.  I hesitate to say that Alexandra’s talents are almost wasted in this space because I’d hate to see her go, but really she ought to be a buyer for a huge store.  She has assembled the coolest collections of things like Arley Pett’s 1899 Gloucester Map Coasters.