Nice snow over the weekend, but then warmer with rain and it was gone.
Not all towns have the texture enough to carry a blog like we do on GMG. I think you could do a pretty good job coming up with interesting things to write about in downtown St Petersburg. This is a really fun town with one of my number one requirements for travel- a long street lined with outdoor cafe’s and restaurants. St Pete has them in spades.
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St. Pete Meat & Provisions
Butcher Shop Bringing the craft of neighborhood butchery to Tampa Bay. Beef, poultry, pork, sausage, lamb & veal, cheese & charcuterie, seasonings, oil & more. www.stpetemeat.com
Walking out to Rafe’s Chasm after the snow, the trees were beautiful with a couple of lonely leaves.
Rick and I went to the Happy Humpback Café on Sunday morning. It was delicious. The staff was very helpful and friendly. Highly recommend this restaurant and Magnolia welcomes a great café in the neighborhood. The address is 2 Lexington Avenue, Magnolia, Gloucester, MA. (978) 704-9080. Enjoy
The first man to sail single-handed from west to east across the Atlantic Ocean. 66 day passage from Gloucester to Liverpool.
The Lobster Trap tree looked extra pretty following the snowfall! I don’t know how much more time we have to enjoy it this year but it has certainly brought a great deal of joy to date.