Monthly Archives: July 2014
Ross Clayton mate aboard the Yankee Fleet Battles A 20 Lb Striper On 8 Lb Test.
Book your deep sea fishing charter on the Yankee Fleet, they have a great website too- http://www.yankeefleet.com/
Here are my Fiesta photos: http://artery.wbur.org/2014/06/30/st-peters-fiesta-gloucester
Thanks for your interest. Please let me know if I’ve gotten anything factually wrong.
And thanks for all you do!
We are so fortunate in Gloucester to have not one, but two, terrific garden centers, Wolf Hill and Goose Cove Gardens (and Corliss Brothers in Ipswich isn’t too far off the beaten track, either). Barbara and her team at Goose Cove are phenomenal as is the team at Wolf Hill–Kate, Joe, Ben, Dave, Jake, and all the guys. Both Wolf Hill and Goose Cove take wonderful care of the wildlife that makes their home in the very inviting environment of their nurseries. Last year Kate kept me well supplied in butterfly eggs, which had been deposited on Wolf Hill plants, and whenever I shop at either garden center, a frequent topic of conversation is the robins because they oftentimes build their nests smack dab in the middle of a plant, or group of plants, that are for sale. Robins especially like to nest in hanging flower baskets. This year was no exception. Today when at Wolf Hill I spied a mama robin zooming away from a balled and burlapped tree. The nest was at eye level! I ran and got my cameras but filmed for only a moment because both parents found it highly disturbing. The babies were hungry, with wide gaping greedy mouths, and it was clear my presence was keeping them from their breakfasts. As soon as I turned away, the parents resumed feeding the babies.
I discussed writing this post with my husband on Sunday, just to let people know how professional I thought was the police presence at Fiesta, when the department’s own release was published yesterday (posted here). Nevertheless, I wanted to share my observations regarding the department during the Fiesta.
For the past week I have been filming throughout the square, and in the thick of Pavilion Beach for all three days of the Greasy Pole and seine boat races, amidst the throngs of thousands and thousands. I just have to say that despite all the rambunctious craziness, the officers were without fail courteous, cool, calm, and collected. I am sure their patience was tried often enough, but whether directing traffic, giving directions, riding their horses throughout the city, or when simply standing at the sidelines, they were friendly and composed. Thanks to Mayor Kirk, Chief Campanello, and all the officers on duty for helping to make this years’ Saint Peter’s Fiesta one of the best ever!
Officer Campanello and Family
Sunday walkers getting ready to attack the pole!
Lola & lexi Carollo working hard with friends Bella & Gabe Noble selling lemonade on the conner of Grapevine and Atlantic Road… stop by and tell them Sista Felicia sent you!
Ringo Tarr and The Gloucester Fund present a Free Concert on Gloucester Harbor to kick off the Independence Day weekend! Concert features Cape Ann Big Band and The Runaround Sound. This year we feature a LASER LIGHT SHOW bigger and better than ever before, plus a brand-new surprise.
Located near the Blyman Canal and Blyman Bridge section of the Boulevard on Gloucester Harbor. The scheduled events for the night include: (times are not exact)
- 5:00 – Music begins
- 6:00 – Horribles Parade passes right down the Boulevard.
- 7:00 – Cape Ann Big Band immediately after the parade
- 8:00 – The Runaround Sound – Gloucester’s favorite high-energy band featuring ska, reggae, soul and more.
- 9:15 – Laser Light Show – You don’t want to miss
- 9:30 – FIREWORKS
- 10:00 – Music resumes and a SPECIAL SURPRISE ~ Dancing til 11pm!
10:00 a.m – Manchester By the Sea Independence Day Parade
6:00 p.m. – Rockport Firemen’s Parade
8:30 p.m. – Rockport Legion Band Concert on Back Beach
9:00 p.m. – Rockport Bonfire on Back Beach
Fundraiser Event To Benefit The JDRF Ride To Cure Diabetes With LONGSHOT ALLSTARS @ The Dog Bar This Sunday.7.6.2014
65 Main St Rear (20 Rogers St)
Today 5:00pm – 1:00am
Phone (978) 281-6565
More than a Water Shuttle – Contact Harbor Tours
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Or at least that is what I saw in the clouds Sunday evening while exiting the Annisquam River to head home to Rockport.
The “Blue Ocean”
A converted eastern rigged side dragger. Not sure if this boat is fishing at the moment. It has moved from mooring to mooring in Gloucester Harbor for the past year.
My dear friend Bridget Mathews Shares her amazing photos of Sunday Greasy Pole Champ Mark Allen and Saturday winner Kyle Barry capturing the prized flag made by brothers Thomas and Peter Favazza.
Sunday Champ Mark Allen’s Moment of Glory
Saturday Champ Kyle Barry’s Moment of Glory
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Len Burgess submits-
At the St. Peter’s Fiesta Mass Sunday morning, Kim Smith and David Cox, –always on duty getting great shots for Good Morning Gloucester.
They also serve who clean up after, in fact, there has to be a morning after… and this is one view…
Thought you might get a kick out of this photo of my son Declan Sartwell (left) and nephew Benjamin Frithsen (right) the great great grandsons of Cigar Joe Frontiero enjoying Fiesta Sunday with their mothers Kerri Sartwell (Joe’s great granddaughter) and Marni Frithsen across from the Mother of Grace Club.
Steele A. Sartwell