East Gloucester After Blizzicane Nemo

Daybreak in the Hood

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About Kim Smith

Currently creating documentary films about the Monarch Butterfly, Black Swallowtail Butterfly, and Gloucester's Feast of St. Joseph. Landscape designer for the Gloucester Harbor Walk Gardens. Designer, lecturer, author, illustrator, photographer. Visit my blog for more information about my landscape and interior design firm- kimsmithdesigns.wordpress.com. Good Morning Gloucester daily contributor. Author/illustrator "Oh Garden of Fresh Possibilities! Notes from a Gloucester Garden"
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15 Responses to East Gloucester After Blizzicane Nemo

  1. Paolo Noci says:

    do you have any pull with the people who live in the red house?

  2. Ann Kennedy says:

    Priceless shots! And of course it would be worth it to trudge through 3 feet of snow for dinner at Duckworth’s!

  3. Len says:

    Thanks, Kim. Nice to see what’s going on in the old town. I’m still stuck in Danvers.

  4. Kim, Beautiful pictures thank you for sharing, it was amazing today

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  6. John McElhenny says:

    Terrific shots, Kim. I especially like the first one with the light blue door, the green wreath and the red bow. The snow seems to bring out the colors. Love it.

  7. saint707 says:

    Even the rose vines are pretty, lol. Do they survive this weather or do you have to replant?

    • Kim Smith says:

      They survive the winter beautifully–lots of (easy) techniques for growing roses successfully. I am crazy about fragrance in the garden and roses are worth any bit of extra care they require!

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