I absolutely love taking a slow trip down the Annisquam River. It never gets old. I started to wonder the other day how many people who live on “the island” have maybe never enjoyed the same scenic boat ride. Some day soon I’ll use the GoPro and make a video, but in the meantime, here are some of my favorite homes, etc.
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This peaceful cove is facing north towards Pearce Island on the Annisquam River, just waiting to bloom.
Trenel Cove is where a ferry went between Gloucester Island and the mainland. Ferry Street, off of Washington Street, goes there. Today, the Route 128 A. Piatt Andrew Bridge crosses the Annisquam from the hill just behind Trenel Cove. Clammers still pull up their skiffs onto the beach at the head of the cove. This Trenel Cove photo is going to hang in…..Trenel Cove!
The first video is of Good Harbor Beach and the salt marsh:
The second video is of the Annisquam River from the cut bridge to the MBTA bridge and beyond:
The photos are available here
Sawyer Free Library Art Auction
“Stranded On The Annisquam”
Oil on Panel
There’s some Great Artwork at The Sawyer Free Library that’s up for Auction all through the Month of September. You can get a great deal on some awesome paintings and drawings from some of Cape Ann’s Famous Artists.
The Silent Auction will take place throughout the month of September in the Matz Gallery. The Live Vocal Auction will be held on October 5, 2011 at 7 pm. A Preview Party at 6 pm will precede the auction.
Foggy Day For It Photo Elinor Teele-
Check out Elinor’s Photography here
and her other works here-
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