Thank you Tim Perkins for sharing your favorite ~
Everett Harlow writes: “An original song by Paul “Sasquatch” Cohan celebrating America’s Oldest Seaport, Gloucester Massachusetts. Sasquatch covers the vocals and guitar, John Hicks plays mandolin and bass, and Ev Harlow did the video. Special thanks to Joey at Good Morning Gloucester for some of the images. Merry Christmas Cape Ann!”
Everett Harlow Writes-
Good Morning Good Morning Gloucester,
My wife Lisa van Sand snapped this yesterday. The caption reads "Second Runner Up – Mr. Blizzard 2010". We are both doing the New Year’s Day Plunge on Rocky Neck. See you then.
P.S. We love G.M.G. Congrats on the 3 year mark
Here’s the list-
Friends of The Blog Who Said they Will Take The New Years Day Rocky Neck Plunge-
Nephew BJ (Beasley)
Paul Morrison (and his rubber ducky)
Ed (I’m game for anything) Collard
Donna (I may be small but I can do anything) Ardizzoni
Lisa van Sand
Rocky Neck Plunge Info from Brenda Malloy-
Thought it may be a good idea to give people some directions on exactly where the beach is that The Rocky Neck Plunge takes place. It is called Oak Cove Beach at the end of Stevens Way, neither of which names are commonly known to most, even on Rocky Neck!
When one is driving down Rocky Neck and bears right at Sailor Stan’s restaurant, you take the first street on the left ‘Stevens Way’. This is a short street, 2 houses long, then you must go either right or left on Wonson St. If you were to continue straight you go down the gravel path ahead of you, this leads to Oak Cove Beach where the plunge takes place.
Hope to see a big crowd, one and all are welcome!