Category Archives: Gloucester Bumper Sticker
Greetings from Colorado. My sister, Cynthia Kennedy Sam sent these with comment “from Joey personally”. Thank you. I assume you know who “John Elway” is. Best wishes
Steps in Rincon and the docks of Puerto Real-Cabo Rojo
Now permanently displayed somewhere in Rincon!
Mark & Sheryl Smith
I met Nichole at the sox opener this afternoon, she wanted to represent GMG, so here is the photo I shot…REPRESENTING FROM FENWAY! GO SOX!
See you around,
Hi Joey –
Wonder if the GMG homey has been to the Alamo. In case the answer is no, here are some photos of a rather worn sticker in San Antonio to remember the Alamo.
Hope this email finds you well! This past week we spent some time in our favorite island in FL, Anna Maria Island. This island is just outside of Bradenton. While we were there we met up with our good friend Dee. Dee accompanied Diana Nyad during her swim from Cuba to Florida. Not only was she part of her team, but they used her boat as the guide boat for Diana during her swim. Needless to say we found a new home for GMG sticker! Here are the pictures of the boat. Thought you’d enjoy this.
Huge thanks as always goes to Beth Swan who designed and Frank Ciolino and Shewsberry who print the official GMG Sticker which we give away free when you send in a self stamped and addressed envelope.
Free GMG Gloucester Sticker
As long as supplies last if any GMG folks want a bumper sticker but can’t drop down the dock, just send a self addressed and stamped envelope longer then 7 and a half inches and I’ll drop one in the mail for you.
Send the self addressed and stamped envelope to the dock at 95 East Main St Gloucester Ma 01930 care of Joey (put my name in big letters to make sure it gets to me)
Well the move is if you want to take the sticker to a whole new level is to cut an outline of the blue around the edges equidistant all the way around and round off the corners.
It gives The Sticka a totally die cut custom look.
Send in your stamped and addressed envelope to get a new sticker. Any self respecting FOB will get in on this.
J Felock in Boston after boat show…Saturday.
Dinner at Liberty Hotel
What, No GMG Cap? Only thing that woulda made that photo better.
Representing Gloucester and GMG after 1700 steps UP !
At the bottom while enjoying a well earned cold beer we learned thru spotting internet connection that the Red Sox’s had won the World Series, took two days to hit the local Beijing papers
Hey Dorthe- that’s a looong way from Switzerland!
My husband, son and I went to see the NE Revolution play their first of two games against Sporting Kansas City. The Rev’s won, 2-1!
MLS games are a bargain: 23 bucks a ticket & free parking!
Hello Joey & Good Morning Gloucester!
Do you remember the pumpkin cannon & team members in front of Cape Ann Brewing Company during Fiesta?
“American Chunker” actually broke the world record while I watched on Friday afternoon. As the de facto “home team” for Cape Ann — Brian Labrie’s distance of 4,694.68 feet has succeeded in bringing home the Gold… Viva!!! Enjoy the photos!
Brian Labrie just moments after hitting the new record Friday afternoon…
Brian representing GMG early Saturday morning…
The presentation of the “trophy” following the end of competition Sunday afternoon…
Rick Terselic, daughter Louise & son Anthony representing Good Morning Gloucester with the Evil Pumpkin Boy, a.k.a. Dennis…
and here they were last year-
Greetings, Joey, from #8 Karl Marx Street in Minsk, Belarus, former USSR! The top-floor corner apartment is ours. Come see us! :-) I’ll be here for a week and a half with our “NewThing.net” ministry, now the biggest humanitarian operation in the country. FOBs can follow our adventures thru our photo reports — free signup at http://www.NewThing.net. Dasvidanya, baby!
Here’s me and Kiley representing GMG on a hike up Camelback Mountain during
our recent trip to Phoenix Az.
Brenda and Kiley Davis
Just wanted to share our representation of GMG at The Great Wall in Beijing, China on a recent business trip I took………these were taken on the Jiankou section. We lucked out and had a pretty clear day when we were here!!
The first shot was taken at the Braemar Highland Games, Braemar Scotland with Bill Hawkins, whose parents lived on Eastern Point and who is the brother of former Gloucester artist Robert Hawkins (who is now living in Formentara , Spain ).
The tradition of the Royal Family attending the Braemar Games was initiated by Queen Victoria in the mid-1800’s and has been continued ever since (Balmoral Castle is right down the road). This year the Royal Family did not disappoint. Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, The Duke of Edinburgh, and their son, Prince Charles arrived in their chauffeured Bentley State Limousine, sat in a special viewing stand, enjoyed the games and at the conclusion awarded the prizes for events such as: tossing the caber, tug-of-war, hammer throw, potato sack race (for the kids), etc. What’s highly amusing is that the Scots, being ferociously proud people, jealously guard their own Highland traditions and consider the Royal Family as “mere” guests to their event! Incidentally, you might notice the rather large hood ornament on the Bentley…. It is (I believe), a lion couchant, and I’m guessing made of sterling silver! Normally, the car sports a hood ornament depicting St. George slaying the dragon, but I’m guessing that to appease her Scottish “subjects”, St. George was replaced temporarily by the Scottish national symbol (which is, in actuality, dear Queen, the lion rampant)!
The second shot is from the Pitlochry Highland Games, Pitlochry , Scotland with Drum Major Kenneth Forbes….
If you think anyone would be interested, the two other shots are of the Queen, Phillip and Charles leaving in their custom Bentley. (I had second row seats and thus a good viewpoint!).
Jim Clyde, Essex
Hi Joey. I am a former Gloucester resident of 37 yrs. Retired to St. Pete Beach, Fl. Love GMG. Ty.
Chatting with new friend Joel Robert Poinsett who introduced to the US the flower now known as the Poinsettia. Seems he brought it back from Mexico when he served as the Minister to Mexico in 1825. Seemed to think there was little hope of my ever keeping a Poinsettia alive…
Home town baseball team is the Greenville Drive, part of the Red Sox organization. Pictured is what I could see of their “Green Monster” in left field at Fluor Filed.
Nice to have seen you down the dock! Congratulations on the wildly successful lobster fest. Your loyal FOB, Linda Colman