Tag Archives: Germany
Couple from Iceland enjoy a walk on Stacy Boulevard
Couple from Germany enjoy the harbor from Stacy Boulevard
These visitors started their visit in Washington DC and will be traveling back home in a couple of days from Boston.
Their stay in Gloucester was going to take them on a Whale Watching Tour.
This couple from Germany are enjoying Gloucester and Cape Ann, they loved the Atlantis on the backshore, where they stayed. They also enjoyed walking the breakwater, and were on their Harbor Walk.
- · See attached pictures of the wind turbine components being loaded yesterday in Wismar, Germany.
- · The boat left the harbor yesterday and is off to Belgium for a one day stop to load more cargo on it’s way to the US.
- · The vessel is due in Boston on Monday 10/8.
- · It will be off loaded onto a barge and the barge is due at Cruiseport Gloucester on Monday 10/15. Then transported to the site (Varian) that week.
- · The crane will begin to be erected next Wednesday 10/3. There will be ~60 truckloads of components for the crane.
- · The tower base is scheduled to be installed on 10/19.
- · Full erection activities begin on 10/22.
- · Grid interconnection “witness” testing is scheduled for 11/19.
For your gallery of places your sticker has been — we’d be happy for you to post this photo of Theo and me showing off the GMG sticker in front of our small vacation house over the past holidays in Oppenheim am Rhein in the Rheinland-Pflaz state of Germany!
Jerry Oppenheim and Theo MacGregor
(of Gloucester and Oppenheim)
I thought some of your readers might be interested in following the travels and adventures of my son, Corey Wrinn, a junior at Rockport High School, who is an exchange student in Potsdam, Germany. (Some might know him from RHS JV basketball and baseball.) He has been in Potsdam attending Leibniz-Gymnasium school (http://www.leibniz-gymnasium.de/de/home/index.html) since August and will return back to Cape Ann in June 2012. He’s put together a blog to chronicle his experience. His exchange program is run by the Rotary International Club, which has provided tremendous support for him and the other exchange students in that region. They also organize side trips, which has given Corey the opportunity to explore some of the neighboring countries.
As you can imagine, taking science, math and Spanish classes in German can be quite challenging, but he has picked up the language very well and is able to speak and understand much better these days. I’ve attached his photo. The link to his blog is: http://meineabenteuerindeutschland.blogspot.com.
I spent last week at the office in Germany with a colleague from
Galway and this time I had my sticker!!