Bill Lee can find Fenway again

In 1969 Bill “Spaceman” Lee found Fenway Park on Jersey Street. They changed the name of the street and the gerbil traded him to Montreal for Stan Papi and a bag of balls. On the back of Fenway Park someone wrote the question, “WHO THE HELL IS STAN PAPI?” and the Red Sox quickly erased it. There were a few of us that kept writing it back on the wall until Zimmer gave up and ran off to New York.

Fenway Park is on Jersey Street again and no one died.
Oh wait. Something did die. No one could find the Jersey Laundry for awesome cheap fluff and fold because Jersey Street was only 15 feet long. R.I.P. Jersey Laundry Center. Too late for you.

Fun fact: Before GPS it was handy to memorize Street names to get around Boston.
The alphabet is whole again.


Bill Lee and The Sandy Bay Yacht Club Fleet All Wear Life Jackets To Promote National Safe Boating Council #RockportMA

Bill Lee submits-

Bill Lee @ the sandy bay yacht club cruising fleet  all 42 wear wearing their life jackets to help promote the national safe boating council READY SET WEAR IT you call call me Bill Lee on the boat @ 978-502-5994 if you want more info


Video- Straightsmouth Island Restoration Project

Joey, Here is a terrific video of the work being done out on Straitsmouth Island and some footage of Bill Lee’s Ocean Reporter going down.I was on board at the time showing the National Geographic film crew around Thacher and we stopped by Straitsmouth for some photos.We got more than we bargained for.

Paul St.Germain
Thacher Island Association

Here’s Billy Lee’s Ocean Reporter Which Went Aground Yesterday Off Of Rockport


Tina Greel reports-

He is safe and left the boat last night in skiff.
With the Extra High Tide the Hull could not be seen as it’s underwater. The conditions are pretty bad out there Tina says.
Low tide should reveal the rest of the story. the Ocean Reporter is a Rockport Icon.