Angela’s story as told to Heather Atwood from the Blog “The Other Cape”:
Angela’s father was a German prisoner in WWII. His mother prayed to St. Anthony for his return. When he arrived back in their village, Angela’s grandmother vowed to always honor St. Anthony. She continued celebrating the Feast of St. Anthony her whole life in Porticello. Angela and her family now continue that tradition in this country
Celebration with Friends and Family See Slide Show Below:
Celebration with Friends, Family and a smorgasbord of food:
Couple enjoy a walk on the Boulevard with their Two Rhodesian Ridgeback Puppies
Sunday, what an amazing day. Rick and I went kayaking and swimming. Kayaking from Corliss is terrific and then up to Wingaersheek Beach. Summer is back
Smiles at Stage Fort Park
Family from Tempe Arizona, enjoying Gloucester
Young man from Tallahassee Florida
This week the Portuguese community has been celebrating the Rosary every night in preparation of the Crowning on Trinity Sunday June 11th at our Lady of Good Voyage at 11:45
Father Jim Achadinha and Manuel and Alexandria Nunes
Visitors from South Hadley, he and his wife were celebrating his birthday.
They had just finished a “Taste Gloucester” tour.
Visitors from Pittsburg Pennsylvania.
Of course we talked about Football.
New England Patriots and Tom Brady vs Pittsburg Steelers and Terry Bradshaw
One of our favorite places to kayak.
Visitors from Georgia at the Fishermen’s Memorial
Visitors from Montana at the Fishermen’s Memorial
Visitors from Hubbardston Mass at the Fishermen’s Memorial
Every Thursday from 3:00 – 6:30 you can get the great veggies and merchandise at Stage Fort Park.
Sam Novello sits and reminisces about the family successful fishing business and Gloucester History.
Special Mother and Daughter Smile
Usually on Magnolia Pier but while kayaking Saturday went under the pier.