DRONE AERIAL: THE BLIZZARD 2015 – RESCUED IN BAY VIEW

IT’S THE BIG DIG 2!!
So here’s the rescue I was waiting for! Finally we are getting dug out of here. With drifts as high as 8 feet, there was no access to Kilby St., until now. Sorry for the crappy flying, but it was very gusty up here!

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20 thoughts on “DRONE AERIAL: THE BLIZZARD 2015 – RESCUED IN BAY VIEW

      1. Hey, thanks for watching! And yes, the dumping on all of those old head stones really sucks. I just hope they didn’t snap a dozen of them off!

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  1. Please stop dumping the snow on those gravestones, especially the old soapstone/slate ones. They are none of my relatives but I would be pretty peeved if they were. It is disrespectful. The city should seriously review this practice. I understand the need for snow removal but how would you feel if they did this to your family plot?

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  2. Craig awesome Job! Brought back a bunch of memories will share with folks also – believe I saw my Grandmothers house in this also, on Washington Street across from the graveyards – You are right about the grave hope they don’t snap been there long time centuries for some! Mom lived on Kilby street when she was younger before moving to Washington street…real you (baby) duly street Lanesville!! Thanks! 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

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  3. I was born in Gloucester and left the city during the early 80’s. This is a wonderful idea and I enjoy the drone aerial of the blizzard of 2015, it brings back The memories of the blizzard of 1978

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