Photo courtesy Frank Ciolino who also made the new GMG Banner. Thanks Frank!
Hi Joey this picture is of all the Gloucester rowers. This picture was taken at the reception they had for us in the Blue Nose room at the Fisherman’s Museum in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
Slime!, originally uploaded by captjoe06.
Very reasonable prices. And it isn’t shlop, I can assure you. This is actually the type of food you would get at a North End restaurant and not a sub shop, but with sub shop pricing.
The second annual Lone Gull 10K is September 21,2008. I’m not a runner but from what I understand because the have such a huge sponsor in Nike, you pay $18 if you register before September 15th or $24 if you register September 15th and later for your entry fee, it entitles you to a $40 Lone Gull 10K technical jersey if you are within the first 350 people to register, and breakfast. That’s a pretty good take my friends!
There is a sign up sheet for race day volunteers at The Lone Gull Coffeehouse in the heart of Downtown Gloucester if you would like to participate in that way.
The course starts and ends at Good Harbor Beach.
Here’s more info from the source-
Come join us for a great run in the historic fishing town of Gloucester, MA. Race along the backshore of Gloucester and enjoy great views of the Atlantic Ocean and Eastern Point. This scenic seaside course has slight rolling hills and is USATF Certified. Donations and registration fees will go towards the Lone Gull 10K Charitable Trust.
Free Nike long-sleeve technical tees to first 350 registered runners!
Prize money will be awarded to the top 3 male & female runners and the top 3 men’s & women’s teams. Merchandise awards will be awarded to age group winners.
Directions: Route 128 North to first rotary. Take second exit off the rotary. Follow 128 Extension to lights. Take left onto Eastern Ave./127. Follow 1/2 mile to Shaw’s Plaza and make immediate right onto Barn Lane. At bottom of hill take a left onto Thatcher Road and follow for 1/2 mile. Good Harbor entrance is on the right.
On a home down the fort. You won’t find this in any vanilla white bread subdivision baby.
You can’t fake the funk!