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Screw That Rat Punxsutawney

Punxatawney Phil six more weeks of winter blah blah blah if you plan your life around a rat in Pensyltucky I got news for you. The rat is only right 41% of the time since 1987. Now go outside this … Continue reading

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John Wright Asks About Rockport’s Submerged Breakwater- I’m guessing The Infamous One Or Fred Bodin Has The Deets For An Interesting Follow Up To His Question

Hi Joey, I had a discussion with my father-in-law, Pete Ciarametaro, a former fleet fisherman, about a curious man-made rock structure 1.64 miles due east of pigeon cove. It is linear and facing due north. It is about 500 feet … Continue reading

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Last Quarter Moon Last Night

A thin photo of the waning quarter moon taken at moonrise at midnight. Off to the right are the lights marking the Rockport Breakwater. Rubber Duck Fun Fact #1: The moon is in its last quarter. But if you were … Continue reading

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This morning’s sunrise from Chapin’s Gully

Click to embiggen. Cloudy at the horizon but the sun looks to be quite a bit to the north of the breakwater. Spring is just around the corner. On February 4 sunrise split the breakwater from this spot. Rained 0.58 … Continue reading

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Santa Captured in my attic

A few shots from the storm. Santa did not make it out of Rockport and is now stuck in my attic. The Rockport breakwater at high tide. Held up just fine: And our power was still off Monday night so … Continue reading

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Almost Balmy Today

angle point, originally uploaded by paultmorrison. The lovely thing about a cold snap is when it ends it feels balmy. Then one starts thinking balmy thoughts. The UNH buoy is reporting we are surrounded by 42 F water. That is … Continue reading

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