Daily Archives: July 30, 2011

Filling Bait Bags Aboard The F/V Trapper John

We will be testing some new Kayalu mounts next week as they have exceeded our expectations!

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Fisherman Tattoo Series- Steve Redfern F/V Trapper John

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Clouds over Glosta by Joe Lentini

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Annisquam Sea Fair 2011

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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Quote of The Week From Greg Bover

Let us then be up and doing With a heart for any Fate Still achieving, still pursuing, Learn to labor, and to wait. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow  (1807-1882) Born in Maine when it was still a province of Massachusetts, Longfellow became … Continue reading

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Did You Know? (More Watermelon Love)

That North Shore FOB and proponent of living by the heart, Rebecca Wuenschel, also found a heart in her watermelon?  Rebecca found her’s about two years ago, so it seems she may have been at the beginning stages of the … Continue reading

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Did You Know? (Exploding Eggs)

that if you are hardboiling eggs to make deviled eggs for Mug Up and you leave the kitchen to talk to customers and forget about them, when the water has boiled out, they will start exploding loudly and your pan will … Continue reading

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Here & Now Sunday July 17th at The Sargent House Museum

‘HERE & NOW’ SERIES BRINGS ARTISTS TO HISTORIC SITE Here & Now: Contemporary Artists Working in The Sargent House Museum Garden Launches this Sunday with artist Kathy Gentile Roberts Here & Now was conceived as a means to revitalize the … Continue reading

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Julie Smith Asks- Burke Field, Magnolia

Julie Smith asks- Hi- With all of your knowledge of Gloucester, do you have any idea who/what teams, if any, use  the Burke Field in Magnolia?  Or is it not used very often anymore? Thanks for your help Julie Lisa … Continue reading

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John Hiller Represents!

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Run Gloucester! 7-Mile Road Race Needs Volunteers

GLOUCESTER, Mass. (August 1, 2011) – Volunteers are needed for race weekend for the Run Gloucester! 7-Mile Road Race, set for Aug. 21 on scenic Cape Ann. “We need volunteers to help out with registration, water stations, parking, course monitoring, … Continue reading

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To; EJ and ED! FRAGGLE ROCKs “Pass it on”

Although they haven’t realized it. Ed Collard and EJ Have participated in the Fraggle Rock Tradition of Passing on a rock during the holiday Season. Christmas in July? I guess so! See Ejs post “Genie get’s her Rock” https://goodmorninggloucester.wordpress.com/2011/07/28/did-you-know-genie-gets-her-rock/

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Banging Out A Lobster Trap Trawl Aboard The Trapper John

Captain Chris Orsillo and Mate Steve Redfern bang out a trawl. What is very encouraging and a testament to the conservation efforts of the lobster industry is how many short lobsters there are that will be there to be harvested … Continue reading

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Preservation Awards – Leonard Street 31

  Presented to Sarah Ann Hackett  by The Gloucester Historical Commission.

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Adam Bolonsky Is Looking For A Striper Photo For an Article

Hi Joey; If things go to plan, I’ll have published in the September issued of On The Water magazine a 2,500-word story on striper fishing inner and outer Gloucester Harbor during the fall run. Can you put a call out … Continue reading

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