We just got back from a great trip to Scotland and spent a couple days on the Knoydart peninsula – only accessible by an 18 mile hike in from the nearest road or by boat. It has the Old Forge Pub – billed as the most remote pub in the United Kingdom.
Brad and Beth Story
Representing Gloucester and GMG after 1700 steps UP !
At the bottom while enjoying a well earned cold beer we learned thru spotting internet connection that the Red Sox’s had won the World Series, took two days to hit the local Beijing papers
Hey Dorthe- that’s a looong way from Switzerland!
My husband, son and I went to see the NE Revolution play their first of two games against Sporting Kansas City. The Rev’s won, 2-1!
MLS games are a bargain: 23 bucks a ticket & free parking!
Here’s me and Kiley representing GMG on a hike up Camelback Mountain during
our recent trip to Phoenix Az.
Brenda and Kiley Davis
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My oldest childhood friend, Ron Gelineau, (we were tossed from CCD class for chuckling at “the burning bush”)
is in town on vacation with his wife Melanie and daughter Regan. You may have seen
him hanging around your parking lot ’cause he’s a die hard GMG fan and Gloucester resident wannabe.
We were at Capt’ Carlo’s for dinner last night (fab eats, BTW! Ask for “Carl”. Great waiter!) when I told him about the “new hats”. Well, he had to have one. So, I whipped mine outta’ the trunk for a photo op. Unfortunately, we couldn’t do a group
photo as we only have 1 hat. So, please order more hats so Ronny and I can both have one. (Ronny’s got mine!)
Here we are with my niece at the Hair Museum–yes, it’s the only one in the world (no wonder). And you thought Gloucester had everything! If you’re really curious here’s the link: http://www.leilashairmuseum.net/
Sending all of you our very best wishes for a wonderful August and never letting a day go by without time on GMG,
Ann & Bob Kennedy
Uhmmm, inquiring minds want to know- What did you have to do to get all those beads?
Here are some photos from yesterday- Lundi Gras. We should have some from Mardi Gras as events unfold.
Mike Storey & Jessica Eddy
Fred Bodin Submits-
Jerry Oppenheim and his wife Theo MacGregor represent from the rooftop bar of the Saratoga Hotel and in front of the oldest fort in North America. They say: “Music and dance were wonderful, politics surprising.
This is the gate house to the Todaiji Shrine, also in Nara. The scale of this woodworking is awe inspiring. That fluorescent green dot is my adult son Nick.
So we are now accepting nominations for colors for the next GMG Sticka!
Enter your idea below in the comments to this post and after tomorrow I will create a poll.
If you don’t see the word comment below this post click the title of this post and then all the sharing options including pinterest, print this, Facebook, twitter, ect should appear.
What color scheme would you like to see?
At Most It can Be Two Colors. Yellows and the like don’t show up.
Special thanks to GMG logo designer Beth Swan, and our producers Frank Ciolino and Shewsberry
Bet the sticka hasn’t been on a throne before – it’s sitting on Mary of Guise’s (Mary Queen of Scots mother) regent throne at Stirling Castle where Mary the infant queen was being protected from abduction or assassination.
Three FOB island gals (left to right: Diana Glenn, Judith Brackley, Carol Ferrant) representing on the ferry from Block Island after a grey, windswept, rainy, and lovely weekend on another island!
My family and I recently returned from a fabulous trip to Sao Miguel, Azores. Attached is a picture of Jim and Odin representing near Lomba de Sao Pedro (meaning the Hill of Saint Peter), which we thought was appropriate for the Gloucester followers! I have included a few more pictures of the beautiful scenery. It is an absolutely amazing place!
All the best,
Representin’ for GMG in the Heartland
Ruby and Luke McElhenny may be visiting Kansas City but their heart remains in Gloucester.
Photo by Sally Goldenbaum, an author whose mysteries are set on Cape Ann and GoodMorningGloucester’s biggest fan in Kansas. (She also happens to be Ruby and Luke’s grandmother).
Stacey Fisher writes-
so, i practically blinded my only child to get a pic for gmg. that doesn’t make me a bad mom, does it?
if you’re in south jersey, hank sauce is a great place for fresh, straight forward, yummy tacos. the restaurant is brand new and their website is still in the works, but don’t be fooled. the food is fab and the four flavors of hot sauce are all spicylicious.
gavin and bill doyle help gmg invade townsends inlet, sea isle city.
Bob and Maggie came down the dock to interview Frankie and I about lobstering, Gloucester and the Blog. They’ve been around town all week. yesterday it was our great Mayor’s day. Look for the interview in about 3 weeks.
here’s Frankie getting some face time-
John McElhenny tweets- “The Camera Loves Frankie!”