What fun at the Essex Shipbuilding Museum on Saturday. The video very shaky since I was on a float.
Blue boats and the Columbia
The Columbia and the Roseway are already in. Went to the Maritime Gloucester Pier and could see The Columbia, Ardelle and The Schooner Adventure. When driving through Stage Fort Park, saw the Roseway coming into port.
Ardelle, Schooner Adventure and The Columbia
Very interesting reflections at the State Pier.
The beautiful Lannon went my our street last night just has the sun was going down. She looked so amazing. We are so lucky to live in the community of Gloucester.
Beautiful Industry down at the State Pier.
Beautiful day to be kayaking on Saturday, Rick and I launched from Pavilion Beach over to Ten Pound Island and all around the harbor. On Saturday, the ocean was very reflective but at the same time rolling small waves. Always fun.
When driving down Washington Street behind Captain Hooks at high tide, love this little boat waiting for a ride.
John was on the Gloucester’s Hurricane during the Sail Boston Parade of Sail. What a beauty of a photo.
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Listen to Mark Hayes from Ocean Alliance and Nathan Thomas Wilson talk about the mission in this week’s GloucesterCast here-
The Lannon and Ardelle heading out. So beautiful.
What a great Friday morning watching the O’Maley’s great 8th graders launch their two rowboats that were built over at the Essex Shipbuilding Museum. What an inspiration watching the hard work the kids, teachers and staff at The Essex Shipbuilding Museum put into this project.
We should be very proud of these kids.