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Hello Again Joey: I have been scouring the internet for more relevant articles and photographs
for the listing on the Annisquam Village wooden bridge over Lobster Cove I wrote about previously :
I did just come across and added to that site the wonderful 2013 article on Cape Ann, Gloucester and
The Village of Annisquam by Peter Fortune. I highly recommend checking it out for Cape Ann history
buffs and anyone who wants to understand SQUAM (starting on page 15). It is very enjoyable reading.
Download and read it at this link directly- http://www.fortunearchive.com/Boating/Top%20Cruising%20Spots/Cape%20Ann.pdf
Regards Bob Lindberg
For the Chief, and anyone who wants a quick and easy reference on how to tell the difference between the Snowy and Great Egrets, both white and both often times found feeding in the marsh and tide pools together. The Great Egret is greater in size and has a bright yellow bill, with black legs and black feet. The smaller Snowy Egret has the opposite markings, with unmistakeable cadmium yellow feet and a black bill.
Snowy Egret and Great Egret
In the above photo taken this morning, the egrets were too far away for my camera’s lens to get a really clear picture however, when cropped, you can see a side-by-side comparison. The Snowy Egret, with black bill and bright yellow feet, is flying in the background and the Great Egret, with black feet and yellow bill, is perched.
More posts about Great Egret and Snowy Egrets:
As another snow storm moves in the view from Lobster Cove in Manchester changes one day to the next.
Tomorrow We Will Have The Video Done But For Now Feast On These Pics
Click For The Full Sized Versions
Market Restaurant On Lobster Cove writes-
This coming Thursday, June 10th 2010: Join us for a special 3-course fixed menu featuring the seafood of the Gulf Coast. Proceeds will be sent to aid the fishermen and their families — refugees of environmental disaster.
For More About The Market Restaurant On Lobster Cove Check The Coverage Here
Lobster Cove- It Doesn’t Suck
If you haven’t heard from every food blogger known to man on the North Shore there is a huge buzz about The Market Restaurant On Lobster Cove.
Due to things ramping up down the dock and a huge swell of coverage by far better writers than me I figured I leave the foodie coverage to the real food writers and get over there as soon as I could with video camera in hand to do what I like to do best- In person video interviews with pictures of people telling me what it’s all about in their own words.
Until I can get there, check out all the raving reviews this place has got from my blogging buddies in it’s short time open-
The Folks that are running the joint worked at a famous place in California named famous Chez Panisse. The local twitter foodies have been wetting themselves over the prospect of a couple of chefs from famous Chez Panisse coming home to cook for us so there must be something worth checking out. I’m looking forward to meeting them and giving y’all the inside skinny.
On my way to do some business this morning I dropped by Stone Soup in Ipswich to confirm the rumors that they are indeed coming to Gloucester in Lobster Cove. From what the waitress told me they should be open within a week or so.
Here is my favorite breakfast sandwich of all time -The Breakfast Monster.
Thickly sliced home made bread, choice of bacon, ham or sausage, hash browns, and choice of sauteed onions. Yum!