Attached is a photo of me and my wife Cathy at a recent Washington Nationals game in DC. I grew up in Magnolia and graduated from GHS in 1966 and am still a Sox fan but living in northern Virginia for the past 27 years the Nationals have become my National League team. I love GMG and it helps me keep up with things in my old home town. Keep up the great job.
Although I dearly love seagulls, I agree with Al that the cormorant could be a better mascot for GMG. What do people think?
and P.S. Don’t forget – Grand Finale Last Hurrah Mug Up this Sunday 9:30.
Huge Thanks To Our Boy Shewsberry!
Tremendous Colors on the new ones- and I’m All Out Of The Blue with the pink wing so if you have one of those they are now collectors items.
Huge thanks to Shewsberry and Frank Ciolino who produce these for us and to Beth Swan who created our official logo!
You voted for the hot pink wing and Shewsberry delivered!!!
Girlfriend Julie Does Honors of the Unboxing
If you would like the latest version of the Sticka for free send a self stamped and addressed envelope and I’ll mail one out to you.
Joey C C/O Captain Joe and Sons
95 East Main St
Gloucester MA 01930
My dad, Bob Ritchie (of Dogtown Books) gave us a GMG Sticka for Christmas. We brought it along on our trip to SE Asia this month. Here are some photos, hope you like them! Here are Evelyn, Daniel and Edward with The Sticka in:
Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia
Phuket Butterfly Garden in Phuket Thailand (no Monarchs here!)
and on Gloucester Road in Hong Kong
So we are now accepting nominations for colors for the next GMG Sticka!
Enter your idea below in the comments to this post and after tomorrow I will create a poll.
If you don’t see the word comment below this post click the title of this post and then all the sharing options including pinterest, print this, Facebook, twitter, ect should appear.
What color scheme would you like to see?
At Most It can Be Two Colors. Yellows and the like don’t show up.
Special thanks to GMG logo designer Beth Swan, and our producers Frank Ciolino and Shewsberry
Here I am on a ranch up in the hills above Palo Alto; that’s San Francisco Bay in the background. It was seventy today.
I’m here with my crew removing an organ we made in 1987 for a gentleman who built a concert hall as an addition to his house. He was a great guy, we had good times while working here, but he died a couple of years ago. His widow asked C. B. Fisk, Inc. to find a good home for the instrument, and we did. The three-manual, 45 stop organ, with 2,838 pipes, will be going to Indiana University, which has one of the finest organ departments in the country. But first we have to dismantle it completely, pack all 15 tons of it with great care into two 53 foot moving vans and then ship it to Bloomington. About a month’s work for six of us. Some time next year when IU finishes modifications to Alumni Hall, we’ll put it all back together again. (I have a great job.)
There’s more info about the organ and a portrait at http://www.cbfisk.com/do/DisplayInstrument/instId/91.
It’s Game Time With Freebies!
Here’s the game- the 6th random homie sticker I run across on a vehicle will be a winner of the Salvy Benson Kitt Cox Greasy Pole CD which is sitting on my desk. Go downtown to many stores to get one or come here to the dock and get your Homie Sticka Damnit!