Ravenswood 1920 From Fred Bodin

In view of the weather in store for us tomorrow, I submit to you: Ravenswood, Gloucester, 1920. Many of us have hiked, skied, and photographed on this public property. Gloucester photographer Alice M. Curtis took this photo and others in Ravenswood. One is of a cross-country skier in action. I’m saving that one for the snowstorm that drops enough on us to ski there.


Ravenswood is a fairly easy place to cross-country. There is limited parking, but folks park on the side of Route 127.  Whether you CC or not, it’s a great spot to take photos in any season. Sorry, but I forgot to mention snow shoeing, which I have not done yet, but definitely want to try. It is owned and managed by the Trustees of Reservations. When you’re done and hungry, come to downtown Gloucester to say "hi" to me and I’ll recommend the perfect restaurant(s) to you. Here’s the map:http://www.thetrustees.org/assets/documents/places-to-visit/trailmaps/Ravenswood-Park-Trail-Map.pdf

See you there!

Fredrik D. Bodin, Bodin Historic Photo

82 Main Street Gloucester, MA 01930

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3 Responses to Ravenswood 1920 From Fred Bodin

  1. Liz says:

    Beautiful photograph. . . Another reason we’re so lucky to live here! Thx.

  2. Anonymous says:

    You betcha!

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