Cute little hot dog cart with a flowerbox near the Fisherman Memorial
I didn’t do my research on Gloucester’s haunted places before we went on our Canada/New England cruise last year. I figured we’d take an excursion to Salem the day we docked there. Alas, we didn’t do the Salem route and instead spent part of the day walking around Gloucester.
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Curator Karen Quinn describes how artist Fitz Henry may have used a mechanical device to aid him in painting “Coffin’s Beach,” a shore scene from Gloucester, Massachusetts.
Fitz Henry Lane, Sketch of Coffin’s Beach. CAPE ANN MUSEUM, Gloucester, MA
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Porter B with yet one more big striped bass in 2010! this little fish was 42 inches & its was his 8th ish in two weeks! Also this guy Catch & Releases! Caught on a raindow Gibbs 1oz pencil popper . Word on the street is his last year fishing because he is getting married to his super hot high school sweetie in 2011!
Brian Moc has a great series of saltwater fishing videos from Cape Ann
I think this guy didn’t get the message there are cameras watching their every move down at the State Fish Pier.
Great Job Jerry!
Jerry found the last Rock that was released on Cape Ann this past weekend.
Jerry was in Town visiting His Grandmother, Linda Morse.
Thanks for the great Photo Linda!
Artist Debbie Clarke works part time at Bananas Vintage Clothing, Assesories and just some great interesting Stuff Store. She will also Have some of her Artwork on display there during the Sidewalk Bazaar. While down there this weekend Check out Deb’s Art and the Bananas Store. Below is an example of Deb’s Art you will see.
After a Short Stay the Harvey F. Gamage Leaves Gloucester.
It was hard to get Photos of the Harvey F. Gamage Schooner from Land during it’s stay in Gloucester last week due to the location where it was tied up. I caught it as it was leaving the Inner Harbor and Headed for Portland, ME. The Schooners White Hull and everything around it Glowed in the Setting Sun. Unfortunatley the Sun hid behind some clouds before the Schooner made it to the Paint Factory. That would’ve been a great Photo.
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I lost my favorite Hat! It was a gray Lone Gull Coffee House Hat. I loved that hat.
I won a Gift Certificate to the Lone Gull in one of Sharon’s Contests. That’s how I got the Hat in the first place. So, it did mean a lot to me.
So, I’m looking for a New One. Anyone have any suggestions? If not I’ll buy another Lone Gull Hat.
The Winning suggestion gets a priceless plug on GMG! or a
limited edition Priceless GMG T-Shirt as seen in the Horribles Parade.
The Hat has to be Cape Ann related.
Sorry, but Joey won’t allow me to take any freebies, So no Bribes! wink, wink.
Contest ends when I say it does. Also GMG Employees are not eligible (did I spell that right?) Goodluck All!
Ok, so maybe Lily isn’t swimming in the high tide in a bikini and January with the ice floes, but she is representing!
Lily represents with the heavy equipment replacing the sea wall on the causeway in Essex…….
She walks the line, and represents!
And Lily has her “sticka”………………she can park here!
Not too much launching ramp business today in Essex
I think that red dumpster at Essex Marina across the way might be floating!
That dog walks on water!
Would be easy to launch a new schooner today, Harold–I think the water is IN the building!
Today’s view from the bridge across the causeway
So glad Lily and I shoveled out so we could drive down town and check out today’s scenery. I remember walking down to the causeway from the other side of town when I was a little girl and lived in “South Essex.” Lil thought it was “so cool” to go down there, walk in the middle of the road and see Mother Nature in action!
Here’s to Snow Days!
This is the location of tonight’s showing of Row Hard- No Excuses.
The Waterline Center in the back part of the Essex Shipbuilding Museum.