Tag Archives: Homie

EJ’s double crested cormorant has a friend.

That Rubber Duck is too small. To get a gigantic Rubber Duck to our shores please “like” the Facebook Page, “Bring the Rubber Duck to Gloucester Harbor“. We need that page liked at least one hundred more times before we … Continue reading

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Homie Wannabee

What’s that they say about birds of a feather… E.J. Lefavour

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Cape Ann Seagulls

Although ubiquitous where ever we turn, I was curious about the several different species that are often observed fishing and feeding together at dawn. The flocks of seagulls that we see on Cape Ann at this time of year are typically … Continue reading

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Let’s Hold Hands and Sing Kumbaya

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Homie on the Prowl.

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Watching the Schooners from Niles Beach Friday Night

Schooner American Eagle SUP Friendly Homie

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Guardians of the Wharf from the M/V Lady Gillian

This shot was taken from aboard the M/V Lady Jillian, Gloucester’s Harbor Water Shuttle and Tour.  The water shuttle is a great way to get around and see Gloucester’s inner harbor for short money ($10 for adults, children 6-12 $5 … Continue reading

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Does Rubber Duck Want to be a Mommy?

I think I figured it out. This has happened dozens of times. I lose track of Rubber Duck for a minute and the next thing I know she is perched onto another  round shiny object. Jamie at Stones Pub was … Continue reading

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Several More Homie Photos Sent in GMG By Readers

From Carol Pallazolla at the State Fish Pier Sunday Morning    

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Homie and the missus enjoy the sunrise

From the sunrise last Friday. – Fr. Matthew Green

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More Beautiful Gloucester Gull Photos from Charlie, Bob, John, and Marty

The above three photos are from Bob Cullen, and he writes: The first I caption “Harbormaster Homie”, taken 8/23/08 at Harbor Cove. The second I caption “Homies Breaking at Dawn”, taken 8/8/12, 15 minutes before sunrise, at Good Harbor Beach. … Continue reading

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Beautiful Gloucester Gulls from Donna, Sharon, Mark, Len, Ann, David, and Nicole

WOW!! Thank you for sharing your Gorgeous Homie photos!!! A second batch of new photos will be posted on Saturday.  The above photo comes from Mark Lombard and the below photo, of seagulls in the snow, is from Donna Ardizonni. … Continue reading

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Gloucester Seagull Photo Request

Do you have a favorite photo of Homie(s)? We would love to share. Send photos to kimsmithdesigns@hotmail.com and I’ll post here. Please submit average size photos, roughly 8 x 10; please no enormous files. Don’t forget to watermark your photo. Looking … Continue reading

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All We Are Is Ducks in the Wind …

These go together. Crank the sound to eleven on the video while Rubber Duck and the Homies are on screen. Don’t worry, it will all make sense.

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Happy Labor Day Weekend!

This is the sunset last Friday night, while I waited for the blue moon to show itself… These colors are what came from the camera with no significant editing. It’s oversaturated somewhat, but pretty close to what I was seeing. … Continue reading

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Blue Moon

This first shot is actually from Thursday evening, several hours before the precise full moon: On Friday night, the “blue moon” put on a real show, playing hide-and-seek through the clouds: Click here to see these two and more photos … Continue reading

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If the Red Sox can do it …

5PM edit: I came back an hour later and there was $4.85 in the cup. Should Rubber Duck consult a lawyer before we move to a more popular beach? The overhead is dirt cheap. A few breadcrumbs, maybe a fish rack … Continue reading

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Homie Watching Over Gannet ‘s Blackburn Challenge Crew Saturday–Off Dog Bar Breakwater From Rick Isaacs

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Homey Was Here!

Jan Gladden Submits- He left his print on Front Beach Jan Gladden

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Naughty Harborwalk Homie

Mayor Kirk writes- Homie walked across the wet concrete!

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Rubber Duck washed up on a foreign shore today

You’re not from around here are you? (Weird looking Homies no?) But the locals are very friendly. Yes, beverage please. Rubber Duck is very sad (can’t you tell by that face) that she won’t make it back to the Sunday … Continue reading

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Only 177 Days to the BlackBurn Challenge

January 18 and how many New Year’s Resolutions have you blown off already? Did you last two weeks on your diet? Have you already bought a pack of Winstons? Now is the time baby, crunch time, when the muffin top … Continue reading

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Rubber Duck and Homie Wishing you all a Merry Christmas

Rubber Duck and Homie with their very own Lobster Trap Christmas Tree all decorated: Hey, you try decorating without opposable thumbs! Rubber Duck: “You just crack yourself up, dontcha Homie?  That’s why I stick around.”

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Rubber Duck Greasy Pole Update

“So Homie, think they’ll have it done in time?” “No problemo mi patito de goma.”

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And the answer is …

Wait, what’s the question?

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