A little of everything at the Magnolia Farmers Market, dancing, singing, vegetables and steak sauce… Yes, I bought steak sauce.
The kinetic sculptures of Theo Jansen, Strandbeests, were on display at Crane Beach Saturday morning. The place was jammed! Fascinating sculptures, machines, beings or whatever you might call them. they walked the beach powered by the wind. The event was a lead up outdoor show for the exhibit at the Peabody Essex Museum in September.
The Manchester Essex Mariners and the Rowley Rams squared off Saturday afternoon in game one of their best of 5 championship series. Manchester-Essex Mariners took control early and won the opener 9-3. Rory Gentile got the win and Mike Cain went deep for the game’s only home run.
Founded in 1929, The Intertown Twilight League is the oldest active amateur baseball league in the country, and is recognized by the National Baseball Hall of Fame as such.
Game 2 of the series is played Sunday at 4:00PM in Rowley with Game 3 on Wednesday at 5:30PM back at Memorial Field in Essex.
View is from White Beach in Manchester towards Magnolia.
I was taking pictures of the Wall yesterday, before the crowds. Very impressive display. Looking forward to seeing it with people there!
Some shots of the activities from a different perspective. Looking at Pavilion Beach area from Stacy Boulevard. From past the Fisherman..
Lenny Taormina Friday’s Greasy Pole winner. Heat One Junior Womens Seine Boats
Great day for the races! As has been the case recently, the Canadian team was too strong registering wins in the mixed, Juniors, Masters and Open races, while the USA team’s Women had a big win and put the team on the board. The Masters Race was highlighted by the boats coming together after the start, but after getting oars back in the right places went on to complete their race. The Open Race.. WOW! The win was decided at the finish line!
Well June 9th… it’s still a bit cold in Little River. Notice 2 out of 3 are fully clothed and none of them seem to be able to go below the surface…
Until the fog burned off the International Dory Eliminations race directions were going to be simple: “If you see Hammond Castle, turn around…”
After the fog burned off the races were on!
The car show was held behind the Essex Police station on Sunday. Cars ranged from Street Rods to classic American and Classic European. Never knew that Car 54 was from Middleton, but there it was!
Great reason to be ready to stop the car quickly and have a camera close by!
Additional shots from Saturday’s Kite Day at Cogswell’s Grant in Essex. Some young, some old, some creative, some multitasking, a dog, and a lot of fun. Some great style and expressions!
You’ve got to be brave to show the kites who’s boss…
“See, you gotta sneak up on it, poke it with the stick and if it moves run like hell!!”