Community Photos 8/24/14
My family and I vacation in Gloucester every year, and I stumbled upon your blog after seeing your sticker on someone’s backpack last year. I very much enjoy all the posts and it helps me be a little less “homesick” for my favorite vacation destination throughout the rest of the year.
I thought I’d share a few photos from our vacation. We were lucky enough to be on a harbor tour when Nat Geo’s helicopter was filming some Wicked Tuna footage (love that show!) One photo is of the Pin Wheel in front of Stacy Boulevard. I didn’t see the Hard Merchandise that day, but the next morning we saw Hard Merchandise heading over to Cape Pond Ice, so I got a photo of my favorite Tuna Boat. The sunset photo was taken from our Dinner Cruise on the Beauport Princess (which I found out about from your site!) One of the photos is of a cormorant sitting on the “greasy pole”
I hope you enjoy….feel free to post the photos if you like, just give me credit — that’s all I ask.
Thanks for the blog and Facebook page….I enjoy both…
Have a wonderful evening.
Elinor Teele Photo
Gloucester Harbor From Beacon Marine / Photo from Anthony Marks
Hi, Joe, I hope you can use a photo or two to give a plug to our budding Sea Scouts Ship Five stationed at Maritime Gloucester. We are doing our best to establish our Sea Scout Ship providing seamanship skills, community service and character building for young men and women ages 14 to 21. Any questions you can call Tom Balf at Maritime Gloucester.
Anything you can do to help this great cause is really really appreciated.
Sea Scouts at work cleaning up the harbor.