Thinking of those dealing with no power, evacuation and such destructive, icy flooding.
January 5, 2018 vs Storm January 4, 2018
Today here come the surfers
Rocks have clear icy layers and crunch pack, some pockets of drift
I’m following up on yesterday’s post, which was stopped midstream as we lost power. Scroll below for quick snaps and videos from my walk to Good Harbor Beach, Long Beach, and side streets.
GOOD HARBOR BEACH 1.4.18
About 2PM January 4, 2017 (high tide was several hours earlier)
Good Harbor Beach on sand looking out to Salt Island (from Good Harbor Beach Inn side of beach) Yes, the waves were rolling over the wall up to the homes but infrequently at this time. I don’t know what it was like at high tide.
(more Good Harbor Beach and Long beach below the break)
2:15PM slush pond roads and closed by Witham and Thacher and Good Harbor Beach parking lot. Power outages this way.
GOOD HARBOR BEACH
Ocean is up on the deck outside the Good Harbor Beach Inn snack bar, though not to the street
There go the staircases
**Video coming when power-wifi back**
SAVE THE DATE
November 8, 2017 North of Boston Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony will honor
Mayor Romeo Theken and Jeanne Hennessey, Beauport Hotel
November 11, 2017 2-6PM – Gloucester Meeting House Foundation Preservation & Architectural Sustainability SYMPOSIUM TownGreen|2025 Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church
Monday, Nov. 27, 10 am, JOIN MASSACHUSETTS CULTURAL COUNCIL POWER OF CONNECTION TOUR at Gloucester’s Rocky Neck Art Colony, 6 Wonson Street, Gloucester, MA 01930, with Mayor Romeo Theken, Senator Bruce Tarr & Representative Ann-Margaret Ferrante of Gloucester. RSVP here.
November 29, 2017 Dogtown Public Presentation and Meeting- archaeological survey and pursuit of National Historic district designation
December 17, 2017 Cape Ann Cinema & Stage Oscar winner Chris Cooper will personally host a screening of the role that won him the Gold for Best Supporting Actor…horticulturist John Laroche in Spike Jonze’s superb, darkly comic 2002 drama, “Adaptation.” The evening benefits The Jesse Cooper Foundation.
Message from Anita Walker the Power of Culture- MCC has a new logo for its 50th year
North of Boston CVB’s Sail into Summer
Thursday, June 20, 2013 at Cape Ann’s Marina Resort, Mile Marker One-Waterfront Restaurant & Bar, 75 Essex Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930, 6pm to 10pm.
The North of Boston CVB invites all to Sail into Summer with us. This event will be held at the beautiful Cape Ann’s Marina Resort at the Mile Marker One-Waterfront Bar & Grill. Throughout the evening, enjoy a fun beach-themed networking event with silent auction and raffles. And as an added bonus, each attendee will receive a grab bag with a ticket to one of our region’s water-based attractions to enjoy whenever with whomever you wish! All are welcome to this event, so bring your friends, family, and staff. Tickets: $25 per person. Call 978-465-6555 or email e-mail Kristina@northofboston.org to purchase tickets!
Last night dinner was a who’s who of North of Boston Food Bloggers dinner at The Market Restaurant at Lobster Cove.
Good times, good food, excellent service and ALWAYS most important to me- GOOD COMPANY!
Here’s the appetizers that David and I split- Scallops wrapped in bacon.