Work in progress!
National Grid has worked with the City to provide new lighting for City Hall’s Kyrouz Auditorium – the lighting fixtures are on the left, the old on the right.
In addition, the lighting for the Build Not For Today Alone but for Tomorrow As Well WPA mural has been replaced.
Staging on the ventilators will be coming down this week or next. Get your cameras ready!
Joey…. Here’s a shot from GREEN DRAGON a couple years ago when BLUENOSE II was still around. Maggie here is savoring the odor of the haddock chowder wafting over from the Canadians’ galley and hoping for a chance to clean their bowls when they come ashore. What happened was that she missed out on the chowder but did manage to grab the skipper’s hot dog when he was on the dock. Hence the invasion of the BLUENOSE ll’s crew. Fortunately we had a good supply of Fishermen’s Brew iced down and were able to calm them.
Maggie was also in attendance at ARDELLE’S launching, and here can be seen interviewing Cooper. You can see Maggie’s blog here… it’s a long thread but scrolling down through it will acquaint you with some of her pals like Effie on Effie.
Moon and the Highlander Sea From Len Burgess
At the Gloucester Marine Railways, Rocky Neck.
Took these photos July 6th of the Phyllis A being refitted while visiting my brother in East Gloucester.
Thought you might like to share.
Peter M Hennessey
Progress report: Tea Party Ships Eleanor and Beaver are nearing completion in Boston.
Photo © Kathy Chapman 2012
Here’s a winter scene out my work window. It’s just a spectacular view when the shadows are long and the sky is still dark.
Photo ©Kathy Chapman 2012
Dan Stevens Lane’s Cove Photo-
I really enjoy your blog — just figured I’d send this photo we took at Lane’s Cove the other day.
Sunset Point in Lanesville.
Just another amazing sunset?–this one was a surprise.
Photos From Len Burgess
Feb. 27, 2012
Harold Burnham with Steve and Bruce are towing rough-cut logs back to Harold’s Essex Shipbuilding yard to be made into spars and gaffs for the Schooner ‘Adventure’. Harold and crew had cut and trimmed trees down last week on Hog island for the project.
Check out the Schooner Adventure Website Here and their live webcam here where you can see it at it’s berth at the East Gloucester Marine Railways.