Tarot at the (Hammond) Castle

Photos from Cat Cavallinni

This year Hammond Castle invited local psychic/spiritual counselor Annette Dion to conduct her tarot class at the castle! Tonight the class celebrated Dia de los Muertos as well with a memory table and traditional Mexican sweets.  For a reading of your own contact Annette at annettedion7@gmail.com

conference game Saturday! New Balance Newell Stadium GHS BOYS SOCCER (14-2-2) #GloucesterMA Fishermen

No. 8 seed in Div. 3,

2021 Northeastern Conference Lynch Championship Winner, and — I believe — the GHS regular-season record.

Pentucket plays East Boston today. The winning team will travel to Gloucester Saturday. I will update Gloucester’s opponent for the home game Saturday asap.

Gloucester has a real opportunity to make history this season as no Gloucester soccer team has ever made it out of the second round of the tournament (formerly known as the sectional quarterfinals). 

Neil Curcuru, Gloucester Daily Times great sports reporter, read the article here


Earlier this week, Danny helped at scrimmage vs. Marblehead ahead of the conference tournament. Both teams also practiced penalty shots.

Seaweed Goldsworthy -after the storm Long Beach #RockportMA #GloucesterMA

photo: The seaweed detritus after the October storm changes daily.

In one direction, the seaweed was tide rolled and divided, like dough readied by a bench scraper.

Heading from the Gloucester end of Long Beach to Cape Hedge, thin seaweed trails on the dry sand led to thick seaweed sushi rolls, buffet meadows for the gulls. Walking parallel to these seaweed lines brought artist Andy Goldsworthy to mind.

photo – Gulls feasting in seaweed churned over by tide after storm. One charged off with a little lobster before the others could grab it away

Find Andy Goldsworthy at Galerie Lelong, NY

Barns Along the Byway

There’s something special about the look of barns especially in the height of fall color. This very handsome specimen seems to embrace the autumn sunshine. And, right across the street, these turkeys seemed to be a little bit camouflaged even though they were sitting on the stone wall oblivious to the fact that Thanksgiving will be upon us soon! Classic New England fall afternoon!