National Grid is expecting a 64% increase on your electricity bills this winter! We Have A $836.22 Credit This Month On Our Electric Bill because of Our Cazeault Solar. Act Now And Save like we Do! Fill out the form and I’ll have Tim Sanborn From Cazeault Solar reach out to you.

We have a massive National Grid Bill Credit and It’s all Because Of Cazeault Solar

Fill out the form or email me at and I’ll have lifelong Gloucester resident Tim Sanborn from Cazeault Solar call you to go over your options for free.  don’t cry to me when you look at insane electric bills this winter if you don’t get solar on your house.  we did it and it’s easily the best investment we’ve ever made!

Massachusetts electricity customers could be facing a steep increase in their winter bills, National Grid warned on Wednesday.

Citing the high price of natural gas used in generating the power, the utility company said winter electricity rates taking effect on Nov. 1, will be sharply higher than they were last winter.

“In total, the monthly bill of a typical residential electric customer using 600 kWh (kilowatt-hours) will increase from $179 in the winter 2021-2022 season, to approximately $293 for the winter 2022-2023 season,” National Grid said.

That’s a 64% increase year-over-year.


A Mystery and More — pat morss

There is never a lack of interesting happenings around here. Recently – historic ships coming to Cape Ann for maintenance by knowledgeable craftspeople; a mystery as to the animal contractors at Niles Pond; and celestial bodies showing off.

Northern Lights hauled out for work at Gloucester Marine Railways, Rocky Neck
Beaver, replica Boston Teaparty Museum ship, on the ways at Maritime Gloucester
Refurbishing will include new masts, bowsprit and rigging
Over on Niles Pond, is this an otter den? Otters have been sighted.
This mysterious mound has appeared over the last month. Buffleheads are looking on.
A Red-eared Slider turtle was compacting this new mound several weeks ago
It has now grown into a high-rise, with a concerned Painted Turtle observing at the lower left
On the next rock over, “We’re taking a stand and will defend our favorite sunning rock”
Last week the full moon was headed toward a total eclipse
It developed a beautiful red glow at totality, shortly before setting
A month ago the moon was setting behind the Eastern Point Lighthouse, not yet ready for an eclipse
And sunset has now migrated behind the lighthouse in an annual rite of passage, headed south

in 1970, the Oregon Highway Division consulted with the U.S. Navy and decided the best way to dispose of a whale carcass was to blow it up with a 1/2 ton of dynamite.

Horrific Mid-Air Collisioon At Air Show In Dallas

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Experimenting in Magnolia

I was experimenting with some iPhone camera techniques in Magnolia recently and thought you might enjoy this perspective of a favorite area. I am not tickled with ALL of these, but some are pretty cool especially at the pier. I will keep working on it. It’s nothing short of amazing how far the phone cameras have come.