I’m Told The Shirts Are Going To Printer In Two Weeks Time. Same Three Color Logo As The GMG Caps. Left Front Chest Logo
The pictures you see on the Pre-order website show the multiple sized paper cut-out logos laid out on top of one of the black shirts we used to determine which size we were gonna go with. We ended up going with the smallest understated and classy size logo size.
I only ordered a couple of each size in Large and XL. If you pre-order your size/color combo I can get those to the printer in time for the first shipment.
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No compromise quality and design.
All I wear down the dock from Spring To Fall are Dry fit moisture wicking short and long sleeve shirts. High quality, moisture and odor control for comfort.
Cotton T-Shirts are only comfy under the most perfect of conditions. Dry-Fit shirts regulate body temperature and keep you a bajillion percent more comfortable on those hot days.
But they’re not just for hot days. I wear my long sleeve dry fit shirts as a base layer under a cotton sweatshirt and its perfect for those cool days when you’re working hard. Nothing worse than a cool day when you work up a sweat and then if you don’t have a dry-fit base layer that moisture just gets trapped in your cotton sweatshirt and then once you stop working you get a horrible chill. A dry Fit base layer regulated your body temp throughout cool and hot –sweaty/not sweaty work days.
So I ordered up three different brands because all I’m ordering is top of the line stuff that I would wear personally. I’m crazy fussy about the gear I wear and if the GMG logo is going on something I’m just flat out insisting on the best. Bottom line-End of story. You can rest assured that if I’m ordering it it’s gonna be quality and these are QUALITY.
Sunday, July 21, 2013
The sun had just climbed above the horizon (at left) as I paddled down the Annisquam River to Gloucester High School where rowers and paddlers would register for this year’s Blackburn Challenge. The event is named for Gloucester fisherman, Howard Blackburn, and it commemorates his desperate mid-winter rowing of a banks dory 60 miles to refuge back in 1883. Howard Blackburn’s principal adversary was bitter cold temperatures that took a costly toll on his fingers and toes. Nonetheless, he toughed it out and prevailed. Participants in yesterday’s event faced the opposite extreme….HEAT!…and plenty of it!!! The questions going through my pre-event mind were "is it prudent to wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while exerting in this kind of heat?" and "do I have enough drinking water onboard?" My answers: PFD would be strapped to my deck and 100 ounces of water proved adequate.
As participating boats congregated near the starting line, a bit of a traffic jam occurred when human powered boats of all types were passing under a raised drawbridge (most probably a "don’t do")…
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Hey Joey! The GMG mesh hat is so cool (literally). I love it. Thanks again. And thanks for reserving one of the stonewashed hat for me also. Just email when they come in and I’ll pick it up at the dock.
Keep up the tremendous work you do with the GMG blog. It’s what we all need in these crazy times now.
Best to you and your family!
on three Paul Frontiero walks on water.
Reid’s Ride took place Sunday from Stage Fort Park. Here are a couple of photos and some information on Reid’s Ride.
I believe they were coaxed with some food.
Although I wished I could have stayed longer, the brief hour that I was there at the Block Party last night was so much fun. A cooling and most welcome breeze arrived just as the party began and everyone was there to have a fabulous time. Many thanks to the “Block Heads” who bring us this wonderful event–times 3! Don’t miss the next two upcoming Block Parties, August 17th and September 21st.
Kirk Family and Friends at Jalepenos
Alex Becket of Dr. Bones’ Circus of Marvels
Alicia at her studio open house yesterday; also open Sunday from noon to 6:00
Eloise and Madeline
Skyler Corbett and her Mom, intent on choosing a design at Toodeloos
Face painting with Susan at Toodeloos
Melissa Cox, with her usual sense of humor
Bob Quinn submits-
I occasionally walk on Magnolia Beach and this morning I ran across this Dog Fish. the seagulls were pecking on it but couldn’t get through the tough skin……. Enjoy
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There were lots of GMG people at the block party, so there will certainly be loads of photos on the blog! I will post more over the few days, but I wanted to get this one up first of all. We love ya, Joey!
– Matthew Green
Fry-day, High Noon, Good Harbor Beach.
Congrats To This Year’s Block Party Committee. I know how much work it is to pull these things off and you guys are making it better and better every year.
Thanks to GMG, Tricia and I heard about the Main Street Block Party. We arrived with our niece and nephew about 8:30pm. As we approached Main Street, I snapped the attached photo of the new public artwork project on Parsons Street with City Hall in the background. A GMG article stated the artist is James Owen Calderwood. It was a wonderful point of entry onto Main Street which was alive with entertainment, shopping, and dining. We enjoyed appetizers and a drink at LA TRATTORIA & PIZZERIA of the WEST END and then purchased a beautiful piece of artwork (stained glass by local artist Donna Amero) at Local Colors Artists’ Cooperative. Thanks for all the great info on Good Morning Gloucester! Looking forward to picking up my stonewashed GMG Cap next week!
Here’s a link to the artist-
What: The Annisquam Village Players presents CHICAGO
Adapted from the original by :
John Kander & Fred Ebb (Music; Book/Lyrics)
Bob Fosse (Co-Author, Original Director, and Choreographer)
A true New York City institution, CHICAGO has everything that makes Broadway great: a universal tale of fame, fortune and all that jazz; and
one show-stopping song after another. No wonder CHICAGO has been honored with 6 Tony Awards®, 2 Olivier Awards®, and a Grammy®.
When: Tuesday August 6 – Sunday August 11 . 2013
All performances @ 7:30pm
Where: Annisquam Village Hall
36 Leonard Street, off of Route 127 North
Annisquam village in Gloucester MA 01930
Ticket Info: Reserved Seating $32.
General Admission $16.
General Admission and Reserved Seating tickets can be ordered online.
Go to http://www.annisquamvillageplayers.com and click on Tickets.
General Admission tickets (but not reserved seating tickets) may be purchased after July 22nd at the following locations:
Annisquam Exchange, 32 Leonard Street, Annisquam 978-281-0358
The Bookstore, 61 Main Street, Gloucester 978-281-1548
Lula’s Pantry, 5 Dock Square, Rockport 978-546-0010
The Annisquam Village Hall is air-conditioned and handicap accessible.
Refreshments served at intermission.