Check Out Way More Photos Of The Coyote Up Close And Personal (Click On The Photos On Her Site For The Larger Sized Versions)and Subscribe to Kristy’s Blog Here- http://www.imaginekristy.com/w2/coyote/
Red in the morning–with another blizzard on the way–we all take warning.
Glorious to see the late day sun!Smith’s Cove Rocky Neck
Alex Sands and his Annisquam Landcare Crew have done an outstanding job clearing the Smith’s Cove Landing – Pirate’s Lane parking area! Duckworth’s is ready for business!
A few more snapshots from after the storm, Smith’s Cove and Plum Street, East Gloucester #blizzard2015.
The red crane has been parked in this location at Smith’s Cove for several weeks. I don’t recall seeing it there in previous years. Does anyone know the story behind the crane?
The DPW tackling the side roads. Thanks Murray!
Colleen Apostolos Digging Out!
It’s a Glorious Morning! Although I did crash after only taking ten steps from our door and, not realizing it, got water spots all over my camera’s lens. Every photo had to be de-spotted prior to uploading. I hope I didn’t miss any spots.
Ken Duckworth Digging Out!
Valerie and Joey Marino Digging Out!
Immature Snowy Owl East Gloucester
Budding Ornithologists Meadow, Atticus, Frieda, Esme, and Pilar
Thanks so much to my sweet friends Dawn and Michelle for thinking to call me to come see!
See previous GMG Snowy Owl post: Birds of Cape Ann and the Magic of the Snowy Owl
Last night was my first dinner out at a person’s home. Sharon and Chuck King served Southern chicken with rice, and dessert was the view of Gloucester from their deck. Delicious!
Our adorable neighbor Esme and her friends Frances and Lyda keeping cool on a summer’s afternoon!
Random photo on my camera roll from the full August Sturgeon Moon
Waiting For The Bunny Zombie Apocalypse Any Day Now at The Homestead
He stopped, looked both ways, looked at me stopped again and proceeded to trot past me on his way to the Seine fields.