So good to be back in Gloucester this week, even through the Nor’easter. Caught a couple of pictures today at the draw bridge. Fascinated with the house boat coming through the channel with its little chimney puffing out smoke. Took yet another sunset picture with my iPhone at Niles Beach. Enjoyed a delightful walk with EJ through Annisquam Village around twilight. As usual, we loved our time here and will miss it all in the coming months. The only problem is that I just can’t seem to get enough lobster while we are here.
Blessings, Linda rae and Rob Castagna
I am continuing to do Good Morning Milford (Facebook) for the merchants of our town, thanks to your on-going inspiration. It filled an important role during the New Jersey and Delaware River Valley hurricane. We have never had such a venue before and it served to share alerts as the town officials gave me the updates as soon as they had them. Countless people without electric, water, and heat. BUT many had smart phones so the could be updated and informed for their safety. I can’t tell you how grateful I am to be involved in such an endeavor. Worth every moment of my time. It is a wonderful feeling to encourage one another with our businesses and life in general.
Harold Burnham Roast From Len Burgess
Friday night’s pot-luck dinner and "Roast of Harold Burnham" to benefit the Essex Shipbuilding Museum was a hilarious success. Plenty of delicious food, a chance to catch up with old friends and enjoy the many funny stories at Harold’s expense. This was a much needed fund raiser for the Museum and we thank all who attended, the many volunteers and, of course, Harold Burnham for allowing it all to happen.